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TATES CREEK HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION — 1980 




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(Left to Right) Front Row: Scott Deyo, Jay Harris, Dan Travrig, Duncan Gardiner, Joey 
Hudgins, Ed Parsons, Scott Shannon. Second Row: Tracy Thompson, Bill Lawson, Kirk Bourns, 
Steve Thomas, Al Houston, Chip Borkowski, Evan Mossbarger, Brian Batts. Third Row: Clay Hall, 
Brad Redmon, Dick Lickert, Ernie Williams, Mark McCullers, Todd Short, Brad Walls, Tony Harris, 
Kevin Larabee. Fourth Row: Coach Ron Cole, Doug McCleod, Mark Todd, Tim Kendrick, Bruce 
Bromlett, David Steinforth, Todd Kessler, David Duncan, Coach Skip Hanson. 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

AUGUST 1980 



FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association set the football districts and regions 
for 1979 and 1980 as follows: 

CLASS A (0-400) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Ballard Memorial, Fulton, Fulton County, Russellville 
District 2 — 

Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, Gamaliel, 
Metcalf County, Tompkinsville 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Madison, Paris 
District 2 — 

Beth Haven, Frankfort. Hancock County, Owen 
County, Trimble County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Beechwood. Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2 — 

Fairview, Maysville, Nicholas County, Raceland 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Cumberland, Harlan, Evarts 

Sub-District 2 — Lone Jack, Lynn Camp, Pineville, 
Williamsburg 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Elkhorn City, Fleming-Neon, 
Jenkins. Phelps, Virgie 

Sub-District 2 — Mullins, Paintsville. Wheelwright 

CLASS AA (401-600) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Caldwell County. Fort Campbell. Heath. Mayfield, 
Murray. Todd Central. Trigg County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Allen County. Butler County, 
Glasgow, Warren East 

Sub-District 2 — Adair County, Edmonson County, 
Green County. Hart County 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Anderson County. Bardstown, Fort Knox, West 
Hardin. Washington County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Bath County. Carroll County, 
Fleming County, Henry County 

Sub-District 2 — East Carter, Lewis County, Mason 
County. Rowan County. West Carter 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Boyle County. Garrard County, Russell County, 
Somerset. Wayne County 
District 2 — 

Bell County. Corbin. Middlesboro 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Hazard. Johns Creek, M.C Napier, Whitesburg 
District 2 — 

Lawrence County, Morgan County, Pikeville, 
Prestonsburg 

CLASS AAA (601-1000) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Calloway County, Crittenden County, Lone Oak, 
Reidland, Union County, Webster County 



District 2 — 

Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, Ohio County 
REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, 
Meade County, North Bullitt 

Sub-District 2 — East Hardin, Grayson County, LaRue 
County, Taylor County 
District 2 — 

Bourbon County, Danville, Harrison County, 
Montgomery County, Scott County, Woodford County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Conner, Covington Catholic, Lloyd 
Memorial, Simon Kenton 

Sub-District 2 — Highlands, Newport, Newport 
Catholic, Scott 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Jessamine County, Knox Central, 
Lincoln County, Whitley County 

Sub-District 2 — Casey County, Estill County, Mercer 
County, Rockcastle County 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Breathitt County, Clay County, James A. Cawood, 
Leslie County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell 

STATE CLASS AAAA (1001-up) 
REGION I 

District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Hopkinsville, 
Marshall County, Paducah Tilghman, Warren Central 
District 2— 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 
Madlsonville-North Hopkins, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Nelson County, North 
Hardin 
District 2 — 

Franklin County, Oldham County, Shelby County, 
Western Hills 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates Creek 
District 2— 

Clark County, Laurel County, Madison Central 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie Heights, 
Holmes 
District 2 — 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 

JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA 

District 1 — 

Bishop David, Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Shawnee, Valley, Western 
District 2 — 

DeSales, Durrett, Fairdale, Male, Moore, Southern, 
Stuart 
District 3 — 

Atherton, Fern Creek, Iroquois, Jeffersontown, 
Manual, St. Xavier, Seneca 
District 4 — 

Ballard, Central, Eastern, Thomas Jefferson, Trinity, 
Waggener, Westport 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of tfie 
Kentucliy Higfi Schooi Athietic Association 



VOL. XLIII — No. 1 



AUGUST, 1980 



$2.00 Per Year 



HOT WEATHER HINTS 

A Comment by the Committee on the Medical 

Aspects of Sports of the American Medical 

Association and the National Federation 

Early fall football practice frequently is conducted in 
very warm and highly humid weather in many parts of the 
United States. Under such conditions, special precautions 
should be observed. Otherwise, the athlete is subject to: 

• Heat Cramps - depletion of electrolytes 

• Heat Fatigue - depletion of salt and water due to 
sweating 

• Heat Exhaustion - excessive depletion of salt and 
water 

• Heat Stroke - overheating from breakdown of the 
sweating mechanism 

Each of these symptoms is a separate clinical entity 
But the development of heat stroke is progressive and 
definite symptoms and signs will be manifested before it 
occurs. If these early warning signs are ignored, the failure 
of the body to dispose of excess internal heat could 
progress from heat fatigue to heat exhaustion to heat 
stroke. 

Heat cramps are only temporarily disabling, but the 
moment of occurrence may be significant. 

Heat fatigue dulls the athlete's skillful alertness and 
makes him more vulnerable to injury. The two heat 
illnesses can result in serious physical harm and even 
death; both are preventable. 

Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are preventable only 
by careful control of various factors in the conditioning 
program of the athlete. Basic, of course, is an adequate 
health history examination prior to participation in 
practice. With the start of fall practice, it is essential to 
provide for gradual acclimation to hot weather activity 
Equally important is the need to adjust salt and water 
intake to weather conditions. 

As the athlete becomes accustomed to hot weather 
activity, he perspires more freely (thus dissipating body 
heat) and excretes less salt (thus conserving sodium). 
With a graduated training regimen, such acclimation can 
be expected to take place over a period of about one week. 

The old idea that water should be withheld from 
athletes during workouts has no scientific foundation. In 
fact, such restriction, by depleting water in the body, can 
lead to heat fatigue and serious heat illness. During 
exercise in the heat, it is essential to replace - at least 
hourly - the water lost by perspiration. 

Salt also needs to be replaced daily, particularly 
during the acclimation period. Extra salting of the athlete's 
food within the bounds of taste will accomplish this 
purpose. Salt tablets, particularly on an empty stomach, 
can be irritating and may be poorly absorbed 

Even after acclimation, it is advisable to alternate 
periods of strenuous exercise with periods of rest during 
hot weather. Also, it is important for the coach to observe 
his athletes carefully for signs of lethargy, inattention, 
stupor, awkwardness or unusual fatigue. Symptoms of 
water and salt depletion may include sluggishness, 
headache, nausea, hallucinations, and/or weak and rapid 
pulse. If heat illness is suspected, prompt attention to 
these recommended emergency procedures may have 
vital importance: 

Heat Stroke: Collapse - with dry warm skin and rapid 
weak pulse - indicates sweating mechanism failure and 
rising body temperature. THIS IS AN EMERGENCY: 
DELAY COULD BE FATAL Immediately cool athlete by 
the most expedient means (spraying or sponging with cool 



water is a good method). OBTAIN MEDICAL CARE AT 
ONCE 

Heat Exhaustion: Weakness - with profuse sweating 
and rapid pulse - indicates state of shock due to depletion 
of salt and water. Place person flat on his back in the shade 
with head on the ground, level or lower than body. Give 
sips of diluted salt water if conscious. OBTAIN MEDICAL 
CARE AT ONCE. 

The following suggestions are offered to help coaches 
prevent heat exhaustion and heat stroke during hot 
weather athletic activity: 

• Require a careful medical history and checkup prior to 
the beginning of practice 

• Schedule workouts during cooler morning and early 
evening hours in hot weather. 

• Acclimate athletes to hot weater activity by carefully 
graduated practice schedules. 

• Provide rest periodsof 15 to 30 minutes during workouts 
of an hour or more in hot weather. 

• Supply clothing that is white to reflect heat, comfortable 
to permit heat escape, and permeable to moisture to 
allow heat loss via sweat evaporation. 

• Furnish extra salt and water in recommended amounts 
during hot weather. 

• Watch athletes carefully for signs of trouble, particularly 
athletes who lose much weight, heavy athletes (e.g. in- 
terior linemen), and the determined athlete who may not 
report discomfort. 

• Remember that temperature and humidity are the 
crucial factors Measuring the relative humidity, by use 
of a sling psychrometer on the field, is advantageous in 
this regard. Heat exhaustion and heat stroke can occur 
in the shade. 

• Alert the hospital emergency room medical and nursing 
staff of the possibility of heat illness among athletes be- 
fore an emergency occurs so that they are prepared to 
care for a stricken athlete. 

• Know what to do in case of such an emergency. Be 
familiar with immediate first aid practices and pre- 
arranged procedures for obtaining immediate medical, 
including ambulance service. 

• Outlaw the hazardous warm weather use of rubberized 
apparel or other dehydration devices by players. 

Some teams encounter hot weather during the season 
either through intersectional travel or following an un- 
seasonably cool period. By this time, the athletes should 
be physically fit; nevertheless, they will not be environ- 
mentally fit. Coaches who face this situation are advised to 
schedule practices preceding the game at the warmest 
time of day. to diligently subscribe to the other recom- 
mendations above, and to use substitutes during the game 
more frequently than normal. The result will benefit the 
team's performance as well as the health of the athletes. 

MEMO: 

The NOCSAE Secretary-Treasurer has notified this 
office that, due to an error, one group of NOCSAE 
approved helmets was omitted from the list sent to state 
associations in May, 1980. 

The following should be added to the list which bear 
the seal, but are no longer manufactured: 

Marietta Manufacturing Company 

Model Number Year 

K-21 1974 

K-21-PA 1974 

K-21-JR 1975 

K-22 1975 

K-22-PA 1 975 

K-112 1975 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1980 



AUGUST, 1980 Vol. XLIII, No. 1 



Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E Cooper Dr., P O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917. authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 
President .. Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Vice-Pres J.D. Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Directors .. Charles D. Black (1980-1984) Barbourville; 
John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon Coleman 
(1980-1984) Owensboro; Robie Harper. Jr. (1979-1983) 
Drakesboro: Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; 
Walter J. Pickett (1980-1982) Valley Station; Barney 
Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville: Fairce O. Woods 
(1979-1983) Flemingsburg: Conley Manning, State Dept. 
of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year 



From the Commissioner's Office 



MINUTES OF THE 
BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association nnet at Kenlake State 
Park, Aurora, Kentucky, on Friday morning, July 25, 
1980. The meeting was called to order by President 
Barney Thweatt, at 9:00 a.m. Present were Board 
members Zeb Blankenship, Robie Harper, Joseph 
McPherson, J.D. Minnehan, Norman Passmore, 
Walter Pickett, Fairce O. Woods, Commissioner 
Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners Brigid 
DeVries, Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise. Conley 
Manning was present representing the State 
Department of Education. The invocation was given 
by Norman Passmore. 

Robie Harper moved, seconded by Zeb 
Blankenship, that the minutes of the April meeting 
be accepted. The motion passed unanimously. 

President Thweatt presented plaques to 
outgoing Board members Joseph McPherson and 
Norman Passmore and thanked them for their 
service and contribution to the Association as 



members of the Board of Control. They accepted 
their plaques with words of thanks. Pete Grigsby 
and Jack Burkich were not present to accept their 
plaques. 

The Board of Control held its election of offi- 
cers for 1980-81. Fairce O.Woods moved, seconded 
by Robie Harper, that Zeb Blankenship and J.D. 
Minnehan be elected President and Vice-President 
respectively. The motion passed unanimously. 

Barney Thweatt thanked the Board members 
for their support during his tenure as President of 
the Board and then turned the meeting over to the 
newly elected President, Zeb Blankenship. 

President Blankenship introduced the 
following new members of the Board of Control: Mr. 
John Brock, Morehead; Mr. Whaylon Coleman, 
Owensboro; Mr. Alvis Johnson, Harrodsburg. Mr. 
Charles Black of Barbourville was not present. 

President Zeb Blankenship asked the members 
of the Board that attended the Annual National 
Federation Meeting in July to report on the 
meetings they attended. After comments by each 
member, they all agreed it was an excellent meeting 
and that each Board member should make special 
effort to attend the Annual National Federation 
Meeting. 

Commissioner Mills presented to the Board 
copies of the material completed for the auditor and 
copies of the 1980-81 budget report. He explained 
the form the State Board asked the Association to 
use in reporting receipts and expenditures for the 
past year and the budget form for the upcoming 
school year. Following a discussion of the proposed 
budget, Walter Pickett moved, seconded by J.D. 
Minnehan, that the budget and audit report be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

J.D. Minnehan presented the report of the 
Basketball Committee on the results of the recent 
balloting on classification. He reported that 144 
Board appointed representatives voted in favor of 
classification in basketball while 149 opposed. 
Following a lengthy discussion of the report, J.D. 
Minnehan moved, seconded by Barney Thweatt, 
that since a majority of those Board appointed 
representatives voting opposed classification, the 
present playoff system in basketball be continued. 
The motion passed with 8 voting in favor of the 
motion and one abstention. 

President Blankenship appointed the following 
committees: 

Basketball Committee — Chairman J.D. 
Minnehan, Vice Chairman Robie Harper, Fairce O. 
Woods, Charles D. Black, Barney Thweatt 

Football Committee — Chairman Fairce O. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1980 



Page Three 



Woods, Vice Chairman Whaylon Coleman, Alvis 
Johnson, John Brock, Walter Pickett 

Minor Sports Committee — Chairman Barney 
Thweatt, Vice Chairman Walter Pickett, Alvis 
Johnson, Whaylon Coleman, Robie Harper 

Trophy Committee — Chairman Zeb 
Blankenship, Vice Chairman Alvis Johnson, Brigid 
DeVries, Billy Wise 

Staff Committee — Chairman J.D. Minnehan, 
Vice Chairman Zeb Blankenship, John Brock, Robie 
Harper, Charles Black 

Retirement Committee — Chairman Zeb 
Blankenship, Vice Chairman Barney Thv\/eatt, 
Walter Pickett, Whaylon Coleman, Fairce O. Woods 

East Eligibility Committee — Chairman Zeb 
Blankenship, Vice Chairman Fairce O. Woods, 
Charles D. Black, John Brock, Alvis Johnson 

West Eligibility Committee — Chairman Barney 
Thweatt, Vice Chairman J.D. Minnehan, Whaylon 
Coleman, Robie Harper, Walter Pickett 

Commissioner Mills asked that the Board not 
act on agenda item 8, setting the site for the 1981 
Girls' State Basketball Tournament, until the next 
meeting of the Board of Control. J.D. Minnehan 
moved, seconded by Fairce O. Woods, that item 8 on 
the agenda be tabled. The motion passed 
unanimously. 



Mr. Mills called attention to some of the major 
changes in the 1980-81 Constitution and By-Laws. 
Article III, Membership, will now read as follows: 
"This association shall be composed of public 
secondary schools which are accredited by the 
Kentucky State Board of Education, and non-public 
secondary schools which voluntarily comply with 
accrediting standards of the Kentucky Department 
of Education or comply with 704 Kentucky 
Administrative Regulation 6:010 (Non Public 
Schools). Member schools are required to comply 
with the provisions of the K.H.S.A.A. Constitution 
and By-Laws. No school shall become a member or 
continue to be a member whose detailed financial 
(athletic, or otherwise), scholastic and attendance 
records are not mattersof public property of record. 
Junior high schools shall not be eligible for 
membership." 



Mr. M ills also explained the addition to Article X 
directing the principals of each school to require all 
participants of interscholastic athletics and their 
parents or guardians to acknowledge receipt of the 
eligibility rules as promulgated by the Association 
and State Board regulations. 



Mr. Mills presented a request from several 
schools in Jefferson County that the Board consider 



changing certain sports seasons from the spring to 
the fall. He also presented a letter requesting that 
the member schools be surveyed to determine their 
interest in sponsoring softball as an inter-scholastic 
sport. President Blankenship referred these two 
items to the Minor Sports Committee for further 
study. 

Mr. Mills presented a letter from Mr. Louis 
Schneider, a representative of the Victory Athletic 
Club in Louisville, requesting that the Joe Binks 
Cross Country Runs be sanctioned by the Board. 
Following a discussion of By-Law 20, which 
stipulates that no meet, tournament, post-season 
game, or all-star contest will be sanctioned by the 
Board of Control unless it is sponsored by a 
member school, conference, group of schools, or 
coaches association, which shall havefull control of 
planning, supervision, anddisposition of finances, it 
was agreed that the event could not be sanctioned 
by the Board under the present arrangement. 

Mr. Mills presented correspondence received 
from Attorney John Bankemper, appealing the 
ruling of the commission on the eligibility status of 
Matthew Robert Kinsella, a student who is ineligible 
to represent Fort Thomas Highlands High School in 
athletics under the provisions of By-Law 6, Section 
1, Transfer Rule. Following a discussion of the 
contents of the correspondence, Barney Thweatt 
moved, seconded by J.D. Minnehan that By-Law 6, 
Section 1 , Transfer Rule, not be waived in this case. 
The motion passed with a vote of 8-0 with one 
abstention. 

Following a discussion of the fact that the 
University of Kentucky has scheduled a basketball 
game with a team from Russia on November 14, 
1980, and after noting that this date conflicts with 
high school regional football playoffs in Kentucky, 
the Commissioner was instructed to contact the 
athletic officials at the University of Kentucky, 
requesting that the basketball game be scheduled 
on another date thereby eliminating the conflict and 
possible financial loss to member schools should 
the game be played as scheduled. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control was 
scheduled for October 18, at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, Lexington, at 9:00 a.m. 

J.D. Minnehan moved, seconded by Walter 
Pickett, that all bills oftheAssociationforthe period 
beginning April 1, 1980, and ending June 30, 1980, 
be allowed. The motion passed unanimously. 

Fairce O. Woods moved, seconded by Robie 
Harper, that the meeting be adjourned. The motion 
carried unanimously. 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1980 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSN. 
JULY 1, 1979 — JUNE 30, 1980 

STATEMENT OF 
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

(These figures have been certified and we have 
a report on file in our office.) 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance on h-and beginning of year $53,034.63 

Revenue from Membersfijp Fees 

rvlember Scfiools 945.00 

Officials 26,168-45 

Sale of Publications 

Rule books. Directory, Magazine 2,153 27 

Boys State Basl^etball Tournament Program 5.000,00 

Girls State Basketball Tournament Program 740,00 

Advertising Fees 

Directory 1 ,000.00 

Ivlagazine 2,100.00 

Otiier 38150 

Grants 

Kentucky Coacfies Association 1 ,000.00 

Interest 

Earn, from Invest Sav Accts & Cert of Dep ... 18,630.11 

State Tournaments 

Boys State Basketball Tournamenl 246,838 31 

Girls State Basketball Tournament 31,721.36 

Baseball 1J36 00 

Cross Country 1 ,640 50 

Football 42,773.40 

Gymnastics 323.50 

Swimming 95100 

Track 4,088 00 

Wrestling 6,415 00 

Other Tournament Receipts 6,323 00 

O'fier 568.830 06 

Total 969,755 46 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Salaries 


$1,022,793.09 
$20 718 27 


Assistant Commissioners . 


41 791 63 


Clerks & Stenographers 


23 109 26 




5,155,75 


Board of Control Per Diem 


17 094 67 


Contractual Services 

Audit 


... 1 200 00 




405,76 


Other Contractual Services for Administration 


1 50 00 


Other Expenses 

Clinics for Registered Officials 


6 355 08 




8.905 67 


Postage 


9 149 00 




24,714.48 


Purchase of Publications 


12 402 18 


National Federation Dues . 


286 33 


Office Supplies 


5 206 82 


Expenses for Conducting State Playoffs 


6.950.17 


Basketball (Boys) 


1 037 44 


Basketball (Girls) 


26 00 


Crosscountry 


9 347 08 




115 75 


Football 


26 727 43 


Golf 


8 135 02 




2,592 86 


Rifle Marksmanship .... . . ., 


705 99 




4.685 12 


Swimming 


7 413 97 


Tennis .... 


9 015 37 


Track 


32 457 02 


Volleyball 


4 769 24 


Wrestling 


8 301 98 






Total for Administration 


298.925.34 



OPERATION OF PLANT 
Salaries 

Custodial 

Utilities & Supplies 

Utilities 

Telephone & Telegraph 

Custodial Supplies 

Other 

Maintenance of Plant - Contractual Services 

Building and Grounds 839,58 

Equipment 1,454,00 

Other 2,330,99 

Replacement of Equipment 

Equipment 3,273.09 



2,770.58 

7,251.78 

6.902,64 

513,76 

319,60 



FIXED CHARGES 
Contributions 

Social Security 

Teachers' Retirement System 

Athletic Directors Association 

Kentucky Unemployment Insurance Fund , . , . 

Kentucky Sales Tax 

Other 

INSURANCE PREMIUMS 

Employees Insurance 

Catastrophic Insurance 

Liability Insurance - Board of Control & Staff 

Liability - Registered Officials 

Other 

CONTINGENCIES 

Contingencies 



15.694.32 

19.088.76 

300,00 

660.97 

2,53673 

30,426 63 

8,31921 

17,000.00 

11,978.00 

6.51693 

1,10000 

550.106,00 



Total for Fixed Charges 



Total for Operation of Plant 



25,656,02 



Total Current Expenses $988,309.21 



Total Receipts $1 ,022,793.09 

Total Disbursements , .. $988,309.21 

Cash Balance $34,483.88 



BANK RECONCILEMENT 

Balance per bank statement June 30, 1980 

Less Outstanding Checks 

No 1064 10 00 

No. 1814 52 00 

No. 1873 103.25 

No. 1756 15.00 

No. 1097 101,59 

No. 1104 212.75 

No 1141 1000 

No 1194 66 40 

No 1206 34.00 

No 1207 34,00 

No. 1226 65,40 

No. 1227 16.80 

No. 1232 114 80 

No. 1242 53.40 

No. 1249 49 20 

No. 1251 15.20 

No. 1255 34,00 

No. 1261 34.00 

No, 1274 32,40 

No. 1275 194 60 

No. 1284 25.20 

No 1285 48.60 

No 1288 113 40 

No 1290 81 00 

No 1302 162.00 

No 1303 48,60 

No 1304 32.40 

No 1305 48 60 

No. 1308 64,80 

No. 1311 113.40 

No. 1311 32.40 

No 1329 81.00 

No 1330 48-60 

No 1332 32.40 

No. 1334 64.80 

No. 1335 32.40 

No 1336 32.40 

No 1338 32 40 

No 1339 32.40 

No. 1347 46.20 

No 1353 32.40 

No 1354 64.80 

No. 1361 93.00 

No. 1367 153.00 

No. 1370 43 60 

No. 1372 88.00 

No. 1377 224.00 

No. 1388 85.00 

No 1389 30.40 

No. 1392 32.40 

No 1395 95.28 

No 1406 93.00 

No. 1411 88.00 

No, 1417 196.00 

No, 1419 142.00 

No, 1421 51.00 

No. 1423 28.00 

No. 1424 15.20 

No. 1425 17.00 

No. 1428 32,40 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1980 



Page Five 



No, 1435 214.20 

No 1454 48.60 

No 1459 51.00 

No 1466 14.00 

No. 1472 34.00 

No, 1476 64.80 

No 1477 64.80 

No. 1479 24.00 

No 1496 564.00 

No 1503 32.64 

No, 1506 35.00 

No 1548 140.00 

No. 1558 100.00 

No. 1559 75.00 

No. 1560 300.00 

No 1562 123.55 

No 1563 75.00 



No, 
No, 
No, 
No 
No 



1564 300.00 

1566 100.80 

1568 21.60 

1570 74.88 

1573 100.00 



No 1574 480.55 



No 
No 



1575 185.40 

1576 403.99 



True Bank Balance. June 30, 19 



$34,483 88 



1980 BOYS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance/checking account July 1. 1979 $150 00 

Ticket Sales 343.445 00 

Postage 678 00 

Radio Fees 8,58000 

Program Profit 5,000,00 

Redeposits 222.00 

Refund 400,00 358.325,00 

Total Receipts $358,475 00 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing $3,452.33 

Trophies and Awards 1 ,344 30 

Postage 88 80 

Incidental Expenses (16 Teams) 8.000 00 

Transportation 2,348,98 

Transfer/Girls' Account 6.000,00 

Lodging 11,959,27 

Meals 16,995,52 

Coliseum Rental and additional fees 18,511,60 

Officials tees and expense 3,270 03 

Scorers and Timers 1,002 00 

Shot Chart Keepers and Statisticians 1,067 00 

Ushers 7,335 39 

Ticket Sellers, Takers and Guards 10,130,34 

P A Announcers 162 00 

Telephone 21 5,23 

Films 535.00 

Towel Service 280 00 

Supplies 64.39 

Miscellaneous expense - Tournament Manager 35 00 

Honorarium & expenses - Ass't, Tour, Mgrs 4.558 69 

Bad Checks 222 00 

Sales Tax 8.758 82 106,436 69 

Transfer of Funds - amount transferred to 

K HSAA as Tournament Profit $251,838 31 

BANK RECONCILEMENT 

Balance per bank statement. June 30. 1980 450.00 

Less Outstanding Check No 64 150.00 

True Bank Balance - June 30, 1980 $300.00 



1980 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

RECEIPTS: 

Balance in checking account July 1, 1979 $150,00 

Ticket Sales 77,032.00 

Postage 33.75 

Transferred/Boys' Basketball Account 6,000 00 

Program Profit 740 00 

Radio Fees 790 00 84.595,75 

Total Receipts $84,745 75 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing $1,327.37 

Trophies and Awards 1 ,344.30 

Postage 83,52 

Incidental expenses - (16 Teams) 8.000 00 

Transportation 2.035 80 

Lodging 10,092 77 

Meals 14,217 45 

Coliseum rental and additional fees 3,208,91 

Officials Fees and Expenses 2,606,50 

Scorers and Timers 497,42 

Ticket Sellers. Takers and Guards 4,157,75 

P A Announcers 310 50 

Telephones 16 68 

Films 514 00 

Towel Service 1 34,90 

Honorarium & Expenses - Ass't Tour, Mgrs 1,588,51 

Soloist, etc 60,00 

S^'«T^>' ■__^^^_^_52^3^ 

Transfer of Funds • Amount Transferred to 

K H S A A as Tournament Profit $32,461 ,36 

Balance • checking account, June 30, 1980 $150,00 



1979-80 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT 
TRUST FUND 



RECEIPTS: 

Balance in checking account July 1, 1979 2.781 77 

Interest/Savings Certificates 11.566 86 

Total Receipts $14,348.63 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Retirement Payments 4.680 24 

Cash Balance $9,668,39 

K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS: 

Cash Balance - 1st Security Nat'l Bank & Trust Co $34,483,88 

Certificate of Deposit - 1st Security Bank 250,000,00 

Total Funds on Hand. June 30. 1980 $284,483.88 

Estimated Value of K H S A A Building and Equip 454.388 86 

Total K,H S A A Assets $738,872,74 

K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND ASSETS: 

Cash Balance - 1st Security Bank & Trust Co 9,668 39 

Savings Certificates - 1 st Secunty Bank 75,000 00 

Total Retirement Fund Assets $84,668 39 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1980 



FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS A GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 24, 1980 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Kitty Davidson, Julie Lee, Barbara Cochran, Angle Tomiinson, Amy KInzer, Donna Young, 
Maggie Marin, Charlotte Butler, Teresa Donaldson, Laurie Fruzei(as, Susie Miller, Charmaine Vassar. Second Row: 
Cassandra Bright, Liz White, Jenene Smith, Lisa Turecek, Denise Donald, Patty Marin, Kisa Crysel, Paula Eaves, Roberta 
Bercerra, Caria Dunn, Rosalind Norvell, Sarah Bailey. Third Row: Eddis Hawkins, Towana Nevells, Angle Mutton, Patty 
McGuinness, Paige Green, Kim Slayden, Debbie Roberts, Debra McLemore, Pam Groves, Lori Walker, Teresa Russell, 
Jackie Neely, Coach Ken Killebrew. 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1 Wlllett, Rose. Walton Verona 

2. Fisher, Bambi: Raceland 

3. Slander, Peggy; Ludlow 
4 Looney, Kamle; Jenkins 

5- Benton, Cynthia; Russellville 

Time — 46.2 

100 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Wlllett, Rose; Walton Verona 

2. Fisher, Bambi; Raceland 

3. Williams, Clarnita; Nicholas Co. 

4. Pharr. Stephanie., Bellevue 

5. Taylor. Darlene, Fulton City 

Time — 15.4 

100 Meter Dash 

1 Payne, Angela, Todd Co Central 

2. Winston, Phyllis; Ft Knox 

3. Harris. Amy. Walton Verona 

4. Martin, Norman, Madison 

5. Hendnx. Romalisa. Trigg Co. 

Time — 12.2 

200 Meter Dash 

1. Payne. Angela; Todd Co. 

2 Harris. Amy; Walton Verona 

3. McLemore. Debra; Ft, Campbell 
4 Henderson, Vickie, Henry Co. 

5. Calhoun, Terry; Green Co. 

Time — 25 9 

400 Meter Dash 

1 Payne. Angela; Todd Co. 

2 Harris, Amy; Walton Verona 

3 McLemore, Deborah, Ft. Campbell 

4. Walker. Andrea; Ky Country Day 

5. Stander, Jane. Ludlow 

Time — 58.3 

800 Meter Run 

1. Hogan. Cathy; Fort Campbell 
2 Shuber. Mary; Berea 

3. Payne, Movita; Fulton City 

4. Morrison, Lydia, Menifee Co. 

5. Grubb, Phylis; Corbin 

Time — 2:22.1 

1600 Meter Run 

1 Shuber, Mary; Berea 

2. Hogan, Cathy, Ft. Campbell 

3. Ridgeway, Debbie: Mercer Co. 
4- Davidson. Kitty; Ft. Campbell 
5. Hawkins, Kim; Bath Co. 

Time — 5:15.9 



440 Yard Relay 



Madison — 59 7 

Norma Martin. Tracy Sweat, 

Ronetta Farris, Verna Ballew 

2. Todd County 

3. Russellville 

4. Lexington Catholic 

5. Bishop Brossart 

Time — 59.7 



880 Yard Relay 

1. Fort Campbell — Rosland Norvel, 
Charmaine Vassar, Paige Green, 
Debra McLemore 

2. Trigg County 

3. Harlan 

4- Frankfort 
5. St. Henry 

Time — 1:48.8 

880 Yard Medley Relay 

1. Fort Campbell — Rosaland Norvell, 
Angle Hutton, Paige Green, 
Charmaine Vassar 

2. Ludlow 

3. Anderson Co. 

4. Madison 

5. Fort Knox 

Time — 1:55.2 



Mile Relay 



Fort Campbell — Catt.y Hogan, 
Carolyn Bagby, Debra McLemore, 
Charmaine Vassar 

2. Trigg County 

3. Ludlow 

4. Anderson County 

5. Green County 



Time — 4.08.8 



Shot Put 



1. Crook; Provic'ence 

2. Bottoms; Harrodsburg 

3. Wood; Clark Co. 

4. Bailey; Bath Co. 

5. Woodyard; Grant Co. 

Distance — 37'3" 



11.35 m 



Discus 



1. Barker, Cindy; Walton-Verona 

2. Bailey, Stephanie; Bath Co. 

3. Cooper. Shannon; Caverna 

4. Conner, Joyce; Bardstown 

5. Crook. Vanessa; Providence 

Distance — lOO'Q" — 30.70 m 



High Jump 

1. Norman. Sigrid; Olmstead 

2. Warren. Cheryl; Lex. Catholic 

3. Wissman, Gina; St. Henry 

4. Mason, Lillie; Olmstead 

5. Weatherford, Susan; Berea 

Distance — 5'4" — 1.62 m 

Long Jump 

1. Henderson, Vickie; Henry Co. 

2. Mason, Lilie; Olmstead 

3. Rust. Cindy; Bishop Brossart 

4. Smith, Jeahette; Todd Co. 

5. Battle, Olivia; Ft. Knox 

Distance — 17'5%" — 5.33 m 



TOTAL POINTS 
"A" Girls 

Fort Campbell 35% 

Walton Verona 29 

Todd Central ■ 24 

Providence 13 

Berea 11 

Ludlow 11 

Madison 10 

Trigg County 9 

Henry County 8 

Raceland 8 

Bath County 7 

Fort Knox 6 

Lexington Catholic 6 

Olmstead 6 

Anderson County 5 

Bishop Brossart 4 

Fulton City 4 

Harrodsburg 4 

Russellville 4 

St. Henry 4 

Mercer County S'/a 

Caverna 3 

Clark County 3 

Harlan 3 

Nicholas County 3 

Bardstown 2 

Bellevue 2 

Frankfort 2 

Green County 2 

Jenkins ■: 2 

Kentucky Country Day 2 

Menifee County 2 

Corbin i 1 

Grant County 1 



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Page Seven 



HARRODSBURG HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPION — CLASS A BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 24, 1980 




(Lett to Right) Front Row: Steve Spahn, David Smith, James Jones, Murty Paries, Craig Sepko. Second Row: Ronnie 
Henderson, Quintin Owen, Thomas Jones, Kenton Bottoms, Everett Gubb, Brent Mosiey, Coach Aivis Johnson. Third 
Row: James Linton, Jim Smith, Tiiton Brawshaw, Richard hHendren, William Fields, Mike Hanis. 



100 Meter Dash 



1 

2 

3 
4 
5 

200 

1 

2 
3 

4, 
5, 

400 

1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 

800 

1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 

5. 



10.9 



22.6 



Jones, James; Harrodsburg 
Gorham. Jim; Lexington Catholic 
Stafford, Anthony: South Hopkins 
Davis, Jeff: Providence 
Maynard, Larry: Paintsville 

Time — 

Meter Dash 

Jones, James: Harrodsburg 
Bailey, Jerry: Ft. Campbell 
Sprague, Jeff: Bellevue 
fj/lattingly, Curtis, Bardstow^n 
Scott, Brent: Paintsville 

Time — 

Meter D«:sh 

Jones, James: Harrodsburg 
Bailey, Jerry: Ft. Campbell 
Sprague, Jeff: Bellevue 
Davis, Jeff: Providence 
Collings, Adam: Green Co. 

Time — 

Meter Run 

Love, Sam, Trigg Co. 
Jolly, John: Fulton City 
Bottoms, Kenny: Harrodsburg 
Edwards, Jerry: Nicholas Co. 
Lennon, David: Williamsburg 
Time — 1 



48.4 



56.7 



1600 Meter Run 

1. Love, Sam, Trigg Co. 

2. Briscoe, Greg: Corbm 

3. Jolly, John: Fulton City 

4. Darland, Lance, Mercer Co. 

5. Barr, John, Ivlodel 

Time — 4:21.8 

3200 Meter Run 

1. Briscoe. Greg: Corbm 

2. Barr, John: Model 

3. Jolley, John: Fulton City 

4. Love, Sam: Trigg Co. 

5. Manning, Bill: Bellevue 

Time — 9:30.8 

110 Meter High Hurdles 

1. stamper, Jim: Butler Co. 

2. Huff, Mike: Ludlov* 

3. Brock, Eli: Berea 

4. Hamilton, David: Ky. School/Deaf 

5. McCall, Dan: Ft. Campbell 

Time — 15.2 

300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. stamper, Jim; Butler County 



2 


Blackwell, Lindrell, Pans 




3. 


Brock, Eli: Berea 




4. 


Smith, David, Harrodsburg 




5 


Sowell, Mike, Nicholas County 




Time 


- 38 6 


880 Yard Relay 




1. 


Todd County — Floyd Coleman, 




Gene Johnson, James Snardon, 




George Lucas 




2 


Trigg County 




3. 


Hazard 




4. 


Frankfort 




5 


Raceland 






Time - 


- 1:32.6 


Mile Relay 




1 


Harrodsburg — Jim Smith 


David 




Smith, Kenton Bottoms, 


James 




Jones 




2. 


Lexington Catholic 




3, 


Trigg County 




4. 


Bardstown 




5 


Nicholas County 






Time - 


- 3; 26 2 


Shot Put 




1 


Woodard, Ed: Caverna 




2 


Salle, Robert: Mercer Co. 




3. 


Bosley, Keith, Madison 




4. 


Rogers, Clifton: Bath Co 




5 


Flener, Boyce: Butler Co. 






Distance — 51 '6" — 


5.70 m 


High 

1. 


Jump 

Bailey, Jerry: Fort Campbel 




2. 


Mattingly, Curtis, Bardstow 


T 


3. 


Brashear, Harold, Providence 


4. 


McCallum, Steve: Berea 




5. 


Wilkerson, Darrell: Gallatin 


Co. 




Distance — 6'8" — 


2.03 m 


Pole Vault 




1. 


Keller, Steve: Morgan Co. 




2, 


Harper, Mike: Bellevue 




3. 


Baur, Scott: Butler Co 




4. 


Forte, Mike: Dayton 




5. 


Goggins, Bill: Paintsville 






Distance — 11 '6" — 


3.50 m 


Long 


Jump 




1. 


Mattingly, Curtis; Bardstow 


1 


2. 


Bailey, Jerry: Ft. Campbell 




3. 


Albret, Nick, Ft. Knox 




4. 


Blair, Joe; Fairview 




5. 


Baker, Hoeston; Trigg Co. 






Distance — 22'2'/2" — 


6.77 m 



Triple Jump 



1. Hickman, Glenn; Bardstown 
2- Cambron, Paul; Bardstown 
3 Stamper. Jim; Butler Co. 
4. Crumble. Tim; Paris 
5 Blair, Joe, Fairview 

Distance — 44'8" — 13.60 m 

Discus 

1. Woodward, Ed; Caverna 

2. Anderson, Todd. Mercer Co. 

3. Tisdal. Stewart; Heath 

4. Shurtleff. Bob, Ptkevrlle 

5. Younts, Rick. Jenkins 

Distance — 145'9" — 44.43 m 



TOTAL POINTS 
"A" Boys 

Harrodsburg 29 

Bardstown 24 

Trigg County 22 

Ft Campbell 19 

Butler County 18'/; 

Caverna 12 

Bellevue 1 1 

Corbm 10 

Fulton City 10 

Mercer County 9'-^ 

Berea 8 

Lexington Catholic 8 

Providence 7 

Morgan County 6 

Pans 6 

Todd County 6 

Model 5 

Ludlow 4 

Nicholas County 4 

Madison 9''^ 

FaJrview 3 

Fort Knox 3 

Hazard 3 

Heath 3 

Paintsville 3 

South Hopkins 3 

Dayton 2'/^ 

Bath County 2 

Frankfort 2 

Ky School f/t Deaf 2 

Pikeville 2 

Gallatin County 

Green County 

Jenkins 

Raceland 

Williamsburg 



Page Eight 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1980 



PADUCAH TJLGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPION — CLASS AA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky — May 24, 1980 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Coach Joan Roof, Berneice Holland, Maria Buchanan, Earlie Young, Kathleen Hardy, Mgr., 
Stephanie Blair. Second Row: Jennifer Johnson, Mattie Morris, Twanda Maxwell, Staria McCauley. Third Row: 
Cassandra Hill, Latonya Jones, Emily Willis, Naomi Bolen. 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1- Molden, Jill: Somerset 

2. Marshall, Carrie; Dixie Heights 

3. Miller, Melissa; Union Co, 

4. Brown, Georgette; Newport 

5. Lamer, Angela; Union Co. 

Time — 46.8 

100 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Durbin. Dawne; Elizabethtown 

2. Molden, Jill; Somerset 

3. Shumate, Vickie; Simon Kenton 

4. Willis, Emily; Pad. Tilghman 

5. Shirley, Leslie; Adair Co. 

Time — 15.2 

100 Meter Dash 

1. Shirley, Lisa, Barren Co. 

2. Durbin, Dawne, Elizabethtown 

3. Coulter, Danita; Danville 

4. Kemp, Enid; Newport 

5- Beasley, Heide; Bourbon Co. 

Time — 12.8 

200 Meter Dash 

1. Kemp, Enid; Newport 

2. Durbin, Dawne; Elizabethtown 

3. Coulter, Dania; Danville 

4. Jones, Latonya; Pad. Tilghman 

5. Beasley, Heidi; Bourbon Co. 

Time — 25.8 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Jones, Latonya; Pad. Tilghman 

2. Shirley, Lisa; Barren Co. 

3. Stallworth, Lufondal; Danville 

4. Raglin, Pam; Bourbon Co. 

5. Grannis, LouAnn; Harrison Co. 

Time — 59.1 

800 Meter Run 

1. Higdon, Christy; Ohio Co. 

2. Raglin, Pam; Bourbon Co. 

3. Oliver, Vickie; Lincoln Co. 

4. Myers, Shellie; Warren East : 

5. Farmer, Pam; Knox Central 

Time — 2:22.3 

1600 Meter Run 

1. Witty, Lisa; Glasgow 

2. Myers, Shellie; Barren Co. 

3. Russell, Lynn: Harrison Co. 

4. Raglin, Pam; Bourbon Co. 

5. Meece, Debbie; Pulaski 

Time — 5:10.2 



440 Yard Relay 



Woodford County — Kim Mundy, 

Sherry Brown, Susan Gormby 

Eddy Anthony 

Harrison County 

Paducah Tilghman 

Franklin Simpson 

Lawrence County 



High Jump 



1. Ottens, Sharon; Webster Co, 

2. Smith, Melissa; Franklin-Simpson 

3. Baber, LaWana; Newport 

4. Smith, Karen; Clay Co. 

5. Smith, Trish; Clay Co. 

Distance — 5'6" — 1.68 m 



Time - 50 8 Long JUITip 



880 Yard Relay 

1. Harrison County — Patricia 
McCauley, Vicky Giles, Kara Brown, 
Donna Isaac 

2. Newport 

3. Paducah Tilghman 

4. Elizabethtown 

5. Glasgow 

Time— 1;47.2 

880 Yard Medley Relay 

1. Woodford County — Sherry Brown, 
Susan Gormley, Kim Mundy, Eddy 
Anthony 

2. Harrison County 

3. Paducah Tilghman 

4. Danville 

5. Barren County 

Time — 1:51.2 

Mile Relay 

1. Paducah Tilghman — Jennifer 
Johnson, Naomi Bolen, Mattie 
Morris, Latonya Jones 

2. Danville 

3. Harrison County 

4. Dixie Heights 

5. Somerset 

Time — 4:10.8 

Shot Put 

1. Wright, G., Lawrence Co. 

2. Cornett, Billie; Clay Co. 

3. Douglas, Kenea; Pulaski Co. 

4. Everhart, Paula; Union Co. 

5. Murray, Annette; Meade Co. 

Distance — 39'2" — 11.94 m 

Discus 

1. Willis, Emily: Pad. Tilghman 

2. Messmer, Laurabeth; Lloyd 

3. Cornett, Billie; Clay Co. 

4. Wise, Dawn; Taylor Co. 

5. Fryman, Angle; Harrison Co. 

Distance — 107'2" — 32.68 m 



1. Molden, Jill; Somerset 

2. Freking, Charmaine; Conner 

3. Ottens, Sharon; Webster Co. 

4. Gilbert, Margaret; Clay Co. 

5. Botts, Jackie; Lloyd Memorial 

Distance — 16'9" — 5.11 m 



TOTAL POINTS 
"AA" Girls 

Paducah Tilghman 31 

Harrison County 22 

Newport 17 

Somerset 17 

Elizabethtown 16 

Danville 15 

Clay County 12 

Woodford County 12 

Barren County 11 

Bourbon County 10 

Webster County 9 

Glasgow 7 

Lawrence County 7 

Dixie Heights 6 

Franklin-Simpson 6 

Ohio County 6 

Union County 6 

Warren East 6 

Erianger Lloyd 5 

Conner 4 

Pulaski County 4 

Lincoln County 3 

Simon Kenton 3 

Taylor County 2 

Adair County 1 

Knox Central 1 

Meade County 1 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1980 



Page Nine 



PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPION — CLASS AA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 
Lexington, Kentucky — May 24, 1980 




(Lett to Right) Front Row: Geoff Pope, Choo Cfioo Lee, Clay Parker, Kelley Rustling, Chuck McNichols, Gary Rushing, 
Cari Sains, Charies Wiliiams, Tim Simmons, Jason Tyler. Second Row: Coach Lyman Brown, Scott Young, Xavier 
Spears, Tim Barnett, James Topp, Randy Marshall, Coach Augie Schiller. 



100 Meter Dash 

1 Lee, Choo Choo. Pad. Tilghman 

2 Parker, Clay; Pad Tilghman 

3. Hines. Jeff; Somerset 

4. Woodley, Jimmie, Woodford Co 

5. Koster, Larry; Russell 

Time — 10.9 

200 Meter Dash 

1. Lee, Choo Choo; Pad. Tilghman 

2. Parker, Clay; Pad- Tilghman 

3- Woodley, JImmie, Woodford Co 

4. HInes, Jeff; Somerset 

5 Johnson, Victor; Taylor Co. 

Time — 22.0 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Lee, Choo Choo; Pad. Tilghman 

2. Seyer, filark; Lloyd 

3. Woodley, JImmIe; Woodford Co. 

4. Greene, Gary; Lawrence Co. 

5. Alcorn, Marty, Danville 

Time — 48.7 

800 Meter Run 

1. Murphy, Doug, Pulaski Co. 

2. Seyer, Mark; Lloyd 

3. Fultz, Doug; Russell 

4. Young, Anthony; Union Co. 

5. McCutchen, Keith; Franklin-SImp 

Time — 1;56.3 

1600 Meter Run 

Fultz, Doug, Russell 
Young, Anthony; Union Co. 
Jordan, William, Elizabethtown 
Rader, Curtis; Somerset 
Pierce, Dave; Simon Kenton 

Time — 4:19.7 

3200 Meter Run 

1. Pierce, Dave; Simon Kenton 

2. McMahon, Mike; Meade Co. 

3. Adkins, Ralph, Meade Co. 

4. Fultz, Doug; Russell 

5. Smith, Terry, Woodford Co. 

Time - 



9:42,4 



110 Meter High Hurdles 



1. Shannon, Donnie, Danville 

2. Baird, Kerry; Franklin-Simpson 

3. Holt, Mike; Pulaski Co. 

4. Uphus, Rick, Lloyd 

5. White, Oliver; Knox Central 

Time — 14.4 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1 Spaulding, Union County 

2. Baird, Franklin-Simpson 

3. Shannon, Danville 

4. Johnson, Taylor Co. 

5. Johnson, Woodford County 

Time 

880 Yard Relay 

1 Union County 
Jerry Fraxier, 
Spaulding 



Long Jump 



37.1 



— Lemmie Brovi/n, 
Tim Joiner, Bruce 



Paducah Tilghman 
Danville 
Erianger Lloyd 
ElizabethtovKn 



Mile Relay 



Time — 1:30.4 

— Geoff Pope, 
Young. Choo 



Shot 



1 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 

High 

1 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 

Pole 

1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 



Paducah Tilghman 
Tim Barnett. Scott 
Choo Lee 
Union County 
Erianger Lloyd 
Lav^rence County 
Pulaski County 

Time — 3:25.5 

Put 

Botts, Mike; Lloyd 
Childres, Ron, Calloway 
Neele, Tony; Meade Co. 
Smith, Jeff, Washington 
Bailey, Steve, Lloyd 

Distance — 40'11" — 15,21 m 

Jump 

Wilson, Ken, Union Co. 
Cunningham, Mark; Union Co. 
Mason, Perry; Bell Co 
White, David; Woodford Co. 
Coffey, Scott, Clay Co. 

Distance — 6'9%" — 2.03 m 

Vault 

Corbin, Ken; Barren Co. 
Adkisson, Wayne; Lloyd 
Mucci, Lewis; Woodford Co. 
Poynter, Choppy; Barren Co. 
Nolan, Joe; Clay Co. 

Distance — 12'6" — 3.81 m 



Frazier, Jerry; Union Co. 
Birch, Rolando, Woodford Co. 
Gerton, Ricky; Washington 
Mason, Perry, Bell Co. 
Chandler, Ken; Webster Co. 

Distance — 22'11'/j" — 7m 



Triple Jump 



Topp, James; Pad Tilghman 
Williams, Pettie, Pad. Tilghman 
Birch, Rolando, Woodford Co. 
White, Oliver; Knox Central 
Morgan, Robbie; Harrison Co. 

Distance — 46'5" — 14.13 m 



Discus 



1 Martin, John; Barren Co. 
2. Childres, Ron; Calloway 
3- Ballard, Larry; Estill Co. 

4. Lucky, Tom; Bourbon Co. 

5. Neele, Tony, Meade Co. 

Distance — 155'11" — 47 50 m 



TOTAL POINTS 
"AA" BOYS 

Paducah Tilghman 46 

Union County 38 

Erianger Lloyd 26 

Woodford County 22 

Barren County 14 

Danville 12 

Russell 12 

Meade County 11 

Pulaski County 10 

Franklin-Simpson 10 

Calloway County 8 

Simon Kenton 7 

Somerset 7 

Bell County 5 

Washington County 5 

Elizabethtown 4 

Lawrence County 4 

Estill County 3 

Knox Central 3 

Taylor County 3 

Bourbon County 2 

Clay County 2 

Harrison County 1 

Webster 1 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1980 



BRYAN STATION HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPION — CLASS AAA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 24, 1980 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Derrick Morton, Eric Taylor, Anthony Jaclcson, Ronald Snow, Paul Douthitt. Second Row: 
Kermit Sylces, Kenneth Hughes, Leonard Maxberry, Arthur Lucas, Coach Paul Woodall. 



100 Meter Dash 



1. Harrison, Jerome; Seneca 

2. McFarland, James, Owensboro 

3. Murrah, Jeff; Male 

4 Snow, Ronald, Bryan Station 
5, Major, Alvin, Ballard 

Time — 10.7 



200 Meter Dash 



1- Harrison, Jerome, Seneca 
2. Conley, Keitti; Henry Clay 

3 Snow, Ronald; Bryan Station 

4 Booker. Don, Atfierton 

5 Major, Alvin, Doss 

Time — 21-9 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Terry, Kim, Henderson Co. 

2. Burse, William, Hopkinsville 
3 Hill, Alan; Doss 

4. Marsfiall, Jeff; Tales Creek 
5 Gordon, Audley, Southern 

Time — 49.7 

800 Meter Run 

1 Jeter, James, Nortti Hardin 

2 Quarles, Kerry; Christian Co 

3 Elliott, Waddell; Stuart 

4. Vogt, Mark; Trinity 

5. Oberhavsen, Kenny; St. Xavier 

Time — 1:54.3 

1600 Meter Run 

1. Jeter, James, North Hardin 

2. Buechler, Joe, St. Xavier 

3. Sapienza, Jim. Trinity 

4. Ritchardt. John, Oldham Co 

5. Hodge. Jay. Holmes 

Time — 4:13.8 

3200 Meter Run 

1. Buechler, Joe; St. Xavier 
2 Sapienza. Jim, Trinity 

3. McGehee, John; Henderson Co. 

4. Sims, Jerry; St. Xavier 

5. Hubbard, Cam; Clark Co. 

Time — 9:22.3 

110 Meter High Hurdles 

1 Jackson. Anthony; Bryan station 

2. Howard, Howard; Valley 

3. Ewing, Bruce; Valley 

4. Johnson. Leslie; Hopkinsville 

5. Way. Andy; Shelby Co. 

Time — 14.7 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Johnson, Leslie; Hopkinsville 

2. Taylor, E. T.; Bryan Station 
3- Graves, Alan; St. Xavier 

4. Way, Andy, Shelby County 

5. Howard, Howard; Valley 

Time — 39.7 



880 Yard Relay 



1. Bryan Station — Ronald Snow, 
E. T. Taylor, John Lewis, Paul 
Doughitt 

2. Henderson County 

3. Westport 

4. Tales Creek 
5 Seneca 

Time — 1:29.6 

Mile Relay 

1. Henderson County — Mark Veal. 
Keylon Shorts, Richard Farley, Kim 
Terry 

2 Bryan Station 

3. Christian County 

4. St. Xavier 

5. Henry Clay 

Time — 3:22.8 

Shot Put 

1- Maxberry, Leonard; Bryan Station 

2. Donlon, John; Oldham Co. 

3. Damian. Burke; St. Xavier 

4. Thornton, Greg; Butler 

5. Johnson, Vernon; Laurel Co. 

Distance — 58'6" — 17.84 m 

High Jump 

1. Wham, Steve; Henderson Co. 

2. Budnik, Scott; St. Xavier 

3. Smiley. Mark; Madisonville 

4. Speedy, Glenn; Fairdale 

Distance — 6'8" — 2.03 m 

Pole Vault 

1. Davis. Jeff; Trinity 

2. Munich. Tom; St. Xavier 

3. Konsler. Jotin; Henderson Co. 

4. Sexton, Sammy; Western 

5. Hilderich, Tim; Bowling Green 

Distance — 12'6" — 3.65 m 

Long Jump 

1. Wilson. Steward; Lafayette 

2. Jackson, Anthony; Bryan Station 

3. Allen, Bud; Oldham Co. 

4. Brooks, Kevin; Valley 

5. Bibb, Tim; Warren Central 

Distance — 22'%" — 6.73 m 



Triple Jump 

1. Jackson. Anthony; Bryan station 

2. Hunter, Darrell; Owensboro 

3. Goodwin. Jeff; Ballard 

4. Jackson. Lennie; Holmes 

5. Lowe, J. R.; Western 

Distance — 45'1 %" — 13.76 m 

Discus 

1. Bastian. Tyrone; Warren Central 

2. Johnson, Vernon; Laurel Co. 

3. Painter. Jed; Campbell Co. 

4. Karnes, Steve; Stuart 

5. Young, Antionia; Male 

Distance — 158'8" — 48.35 m 



TOTAL POINTS 
■AAA" BOYS 

Bryan Station 41 

St. Xavier 29 

Henderson County 28 

Trinity 15 

Seneca 13 

Hopkinsville 12 

North Hardin 12 

Valley 10 

Oldham County 9 

Owensboro 8 

Christian County 7 

Warren Central 7 

Lafayette 6 

Laurel County 5'/2 

Ballard 5 

Henry Clay 5 

Stuart 5 

Male 4 

Tates Creek 4 

Campbell County 3 

Covington Holmes 3 

Doss 3 

Madisonville 3 

Shelby County 3 

Western 3 

Westport 3 

Atherton 2 

Fairdale 2 

Butler 1'/2 

Bowling Green 1 

Clark County 1 

Moore 1 

Southern 1 



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Page Eleven 



THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL RIFLE TEAM 
1980 STATE CHAMPIONS 



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(Left to Right) Charles Thompson, Chuck Fitch, Teresa Williams (individual champion), Jack McWilliams, Guy 
Bridwell 

Thomas Jefferson High School's ROTC Rifle team recently won its seventh Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association State Championship. The team competed against 11 other teams. 

The Thomas Jefferson team scored 1,421 points out of a possible 1,500. Sophomore Teresa Williams 
vi^on the individual championship with a score of 291 out of a possible 300. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET — CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 24, 1980 

Boyd County High School Track Team — K.H.S.A.A. Champion 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Bryant. Lois; Boyd Co- 

2- Johnson. Esther. Butler 

3. Martin, Marcia; Stuart 

4. Wallen, Sunday; Thos. Jefferson 
5- Hemmer, Jeanne; Notre Dame 

Time - 46.2 

100 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Bryant, Lois; Boyd Co 

2. Hemmer. Jeanne. Notre Dame 
3 Bass, Alicia; Fern Creek 

4. Trowbridge. Anne; Central 

5. Williams. Charlotte; Christian Co 

Time — 15.2 

1,600 Meter Run 

1- Beumal, Kathleen, Apollo 

2 Forrester, Camille; Central 

3. Evermann, Kelly. Franklin Co. 

4. Daniel, Karen; Owensboro 

5 Garrett, Beverly, Mad. Central 

Time — 5 12,0 

100 Meter Dash 

1 Piersall, DIna; Tales Creek 

2. Newcom. Candi. Daviess Co. 

3. WIckley. Renee; Thos. Jefferson 

4. Thweatt. Gretchen, Christian Co. 

5. Harris, April; Henry Clay 

Time -- 12 5 

200 Meter Dash 

1. Diamond, Andrlane, Marshall Co. 

2. WIckley, Renee, Thos Jefferson 

3. Corbin, Caren; Westport 

4. Piersall, DIna; Tates Creek 

5. Harris. April; Henry Clay 

Time — 25.5 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Diamond, Adriane, Marshall Co 

2. Boggs. Mindy, Boyd Co. 

3. Jackson, Joan; North Hardin 

4. Doblesz. Valerie. Central 

5. Osbourne. Marianne; Mercy 

Time — 56.2 

800 Meter Run 

1. Boggs. Mindy; Boyd Co. 

2. Beumal. Katfileen; Apollo 

3. Forrester. Camille; Central 

4. Schaefer. Sandy; Assumption 

5. Everman, Kelley; Franklin Co. 

Time — 2;16 6 



440 Yard Relay 



Henry Clay — Kym Hand. Natalie 
Reed. Debbie Taylor. April Harris 

2 Thomas Jefferson 

3- Henderson County 

4. Lafayette 

5 Westport 

Time — 50.2 



880 Yard Relay 



Westport — Boo Craighead. Ram 
Leonard. Caria Sweat. Karin Corbin 



2. 


Marion County 






3. 


Lafayette 






4 


Valley 






5 


Christian County 










Time — 


1 44 9 


Mile Relay 






1. 


Apollo — Rosanna 


Burnette 


, TerrI 




Pounds, Kathleen 


Beumel, 


Julie 




Maynard 






2 


Central 






3. 


Notre Dame 






4. 


Boyd County 






5. 


Christian County 










Time — 


4:003 


880 Yard Medley Relay 




1 


North Hardin- RosieKruger, 


Teresa 




Brandon, Mary Anderson, 


Joan 




Jackson 






2. 


Boyd County 






3. 


Westport 






4. 


Central 






5. 


Daviess County 










Time — 


1:51.2 



Discus 

1 Sweeny. Gabrielle; Assumption 

2. House, Becky, Shelby Co 

3. Watkins, Secret; Marshall Co. 

4. Hampton. Kym; Iroquois 

5. Dawson, Val, Jeffersontown 

Distance — 101 'S" — 30 99 m 

High Jump 

1. Bolin, Tammy; Warren Central 

2. Baker, Lisa, Henderson Co. 

3. Fritsch, Sandy; Clark Co, 

4. Grace, Karen; Stuart 

5 Corbett, Amy; Assumption 

Distance — 5'3" — 1.60 m 



Long Jump 

1 Coffey, Valarie. Southern 

2, Kelly, Lee, Paul Blazer 

3. Holloway, CarIa, Henderson Co. 
4 Hines. Kitty; Franklin Co. 

5. Wagemaker. Lori, Central 

Distance — 17'4" — 5.29 m 

Shot Put 



Hampton, Kim. Iroquois 
Snell. Sharon; Bryan Station 
Thomas. Dana. Paul Blazer 
Kopatz, Cheryl; Doss 
Schrecker, Angle, Daviess Co. 

Distance — 46'4" — 14.13 m 



TOTAL POINTS 
•AAA" Girls 

Boyd County 28 

Louisville Central 18 

Apollo 16 

Marshall County 15 

Thomas Jefferson 13 

Westport 13 

Henderson County 10 

Assumption 9 

North Hardin 9 

Henry Clay 8 

Iroquois 8 

Notre Dame 8 

Ashland Paul Blazer 7 

Daviess County 7 

Tates Creek 7 

Franklin County 6 

Southern 6 

Warren Central 6 

Christian County 5 

Lafayette 5 

Stuart 5 

Bryan Station 4 

Butler 4 

Marlon County 4 

Shelby County 4 

Clark County 3 

Fern Creek 3 

Owensboro 2 

Doss 2 

Valley 2 

Christian County 1 

Jeffersontown 1 

Madison Central 1 

Mercy 1 



Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST, 1980 



1980 K.H.S.A.A. STATE SOCCER CHAMPIONS 
WESTPORT HIGH SCHOOL 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Bruce Ginthum, Ken Ice, Mike Powell, Babak Rezvani, Naird Kanani, Keith Adams, Chris 
Matallana, Mark Dodge, Second Row: Coach Tony Guffy, David Ballantyne, Joe Bean, Kent Powell, Jack Palmquist, 
Nassim Bayat, Brian Moore, Robert Moore, Ken Demaree. 

State Tournament Results 

Westport 13 Seneca 
Westport 5. Jeffersontown 
Westport 5, Eastern 
Westport 3. Ballard 



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School 

Adair County 

Allen County 

Anderson County 

Apollo 

Atherton 

Ballard 

Ballard Memorial 

Bardstown 

Barren County 

Bath County 

Beechwood 

Belfry 

Bell County 

Bellevue 

Berea 

Beth Haven Christian 

Betsy Layne 

Bishop David 

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Bowling Green 

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Caverna 

Central 

Christian County 

Clay County 

Clinton County 

Conner 

Corbin 

Covington Catholic 

Crittenden County 

Cumberland 

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Dayton 

Danville 

DeSales 

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Doss 

duPont Manual 

Durrett 

East Carter 

East Hardin 

Eastern 

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Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Estill County 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Fairview 

Fern Creek 

Fler^ing County 

Fleming Neon 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Franktort 

Franklin County 

Franklin-Simpson 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Gamaliel 

Garrard County 

George Rogers Clark 

Glasgow 

Grayson County 

Green County 

Greenup County 

Greenville 

Hancock County 

Harlan 

Harrison County 

Harrodsburg 

Hart County 

Hazard 

Heath 

Henderson County 

Henry Clay 

Henry County 

Highlands 

Holmes 

Hopkinsville 

Iroquois 

James A. Cawood 

Jeftersontown 

Jenkins 

Jessamine County 



Address 

Columbia 

Scottsville 

Lawrenceburg 

Owensboro 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Barlow 

Bardstown 

Glasgow 

Owingsville 

Ft Mitchell 

Belfry 

Pineville 

Bellevue 

Berea 

Valley Station 

Betsy Layne 

Louisville 

Florence 

Pans 

Bowling Green 

Ashland 

Danville 

Jackson 

Harned 

Lexington 

Shepherdsville 

Mt Washington 

Louisville 

Morgantown 

Princeton 

Murray 

Alexandria 

Campbellsville 

Carrollton 

Liberty 

Horse Cave 

Louisville 

Hopkinsville 

Manchester 

Albany 

Hebron 

Corbin 

Covington 

Marion 

Cumberland 

Owensboro 

Dayton 

Danville 

Louisville 

Ft Mitchell 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Grayson 

Glendale 

Middletown 

Brownsville 

Elizabethtown 

Elkhorn City 

Eminence 

Irvine 

Evarts 

Fairdale 

Ashland 

Louisville 

Flemingsburg 

Fleming 

Fort Campbell 

Fort Knox 

Franktort 

Frankfori 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Hickman 

Gamaliel 

Lancaster 

Winchester 

Glasgow 

Leitchfield 

Greensburg 

Greenup 

Greenville 

Lewisport 

Harlan 

Cynthiana 

Harrodsburg 

Munfordville 

Hazard 

West Paducah 

Henderson 

Lexington 

New Castle 

Ft, Thomas 

Covington 

Hopkinsville 

Louisville 

Harlan 

Jeftersontown 

Jenkins 

Nicholasville 



Coach 

Michael Heninger 

Royce Hood 

Bob Sarver 

Fred Hamberg 

Dan Goble 

Bob Redman 

Ben Sydboten 

Garnis Martin 

Jerry Eubank 

Gary Ramey 

Bernie Barre 

Dick Roddy 

Bruce Thompson 

Fred Bernier 

Harold Borders 

Joe Bailey 

Don Daniels 

Denny Nash 

Owen Hauck 

Charles Persson 

Wilson Sears 

Bill T Ross 

Ed Rail 

Dudley Hilton 

Oscar Gardner 

Steve Parker 

Bill Ranney 

Ed Bentley 

Robert Morehead 

Don Smith 

Al Giordano 

Sam Harp 

Don Shelton 

Roger Cook 

Clyde McConnaughhay 

Randall Akers 

Johnny Belcher 

Clint Lovely 

Fred Clayton 

Eugene Hensley 

David Walters 

Bob Lewis 

Archie Powers 

Lynn Ray 

Ken Bargo 

Tim Saylor 

Gary Keller 

Fred Mariani 

Tom Dufty 

Ron Madnck 

Bob Burnett 

Steve Stansburg 

Buddy Pfaadt 

William Perkins 

Gary McDowell 

Steve Brown 

David Peak 

Edd Rich 

Phil D Owens 

Jack R Hall 

Woody Davenport 

Hoover Niece 

Larry Phillips 

Tom Cosman 

Rex Cooksey 

Wally Oyler 

Teddy Purcell 

Roland White 

Marshall Patterson 

Joe Jaggers 

Raymond Webb 

Gary Dearborn 

James Mathews 

Wayne Lohaus 

Dennis Fisher 

Kelly Page 

Sam Burke 

Don Danko 

Coy Meadows 

Don Rawlings 

Jerry Cowherd 

John Younce 

Ron Wigglesworth 

Jerry Griffin 

Rick McCrary 

Bobby Jenkins 

Alvis Johnson 

Roy Petett 

Jim Rail 

Jack Haskins 

Mojo HoHowell 

Jake Bell 

Richard Zoller 

Bill Herrmann 

George Adams 

Danny Sundberg 

Len Kern 

Jim Cullivan 

Jim Jordan 

John Brown 

Frank Conyers 



Johns Creek 
Johnson Central 
Kentucky Country Day 
Ky School f/t Deaf 
Knott Co Central 
Knox Central 
Lafayette 
LaRue 

Laurel County 
Lawrence County 
Leslie County 
Lewis County 
Lincoln County 
Lloyd Memorial 
Lone Jack 
Lone Oak 
Ludlow 
Lynn Camp 
McLean County 
M. C Napier 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Madisonville N Hopkins 
Male 

Marion County 
Marshall Countv 
Mason County 
Mayfield 
Maysville 
Meade County 
Mercer County 
Metcalfe County 
Middlesboro 
Moore 

Montgomery County 
Morgan County 
Mullins 
Murray 

Nelson County 
Newport 

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■ North Bullitt 
North Hardin 
Ohio County 
Oldham County 
Owen County 
Owensboro 
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Paducah Tilghman 
Pamtsville 
Pans 

Paul G Blazer 
PIkeville 
Phelps 
Pineville 

Pleasure Ridge Park 
Prestonsburg 
Raceland 
Reidland 

Rockcastle County 
Rowan County 
Russell 

Russell County 
Russellville 
St Xavier 
Scott 

Scot; County 
Seneca 
Shawnee 
Shelby County 
Sheldon Clark 
Simon Kenton 
Somerset 
Southern 
Stuart 

Tates Creek 
Taylor County 
Thomas Jefferson 
Todd County Central 
Tompkinsville 
Trigg County 
Trimble County 
Trinity 

Union County 
Valley 
Virgie 
Waggener 
Warren Central 
Warren East 
Washington County 
Wayne County 
Webster County 
West Carter 
West Hardin 
Western 
Western Hills 
Westport 
Wheelwright 
Whitesburg 
Whitley County 
Williamsburg 
Woodford County 



Pikeville 

Paintsville 

Louisville 

Danville 

Hindman 

Barbourville 

Lexington 

Hodgenville 

London 

Louisa 

Hyden 

Vanceburg 

Stanford 

Erianger 

Four Mile 

Paducah 

Ludlow 

Corbin 

Calhoun 

Hazard 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Madisonville 

Louisville 

Lebanon 

Benton 

Maysville 

Mayfield 

Maysville 

Brandenburg 

Harrodsburg 

Edmonton 

Middlesboro 

Louisville 

Mt Sterling 

West Liberty 

Pikeville 

Murray 

Bardstown 

Newport 

Newport 

Carlisle 

Shepherdsville 

Radcliff 

Hartford 

Buckner 

Owenton 

Owensboro 

Owensboro 

Paducah 

Paintsville 

Pans 

Ashland 

Pikeville 

Phelps 

Pineville 

Louisville 

Prestonsburg 

Raceland 

Paducah 

Mt Vernon 

Morehead 

Russell 

Russell Springs 

Russellville 

Louisville 

Covington 

Georgetown 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Shelbyville 

Inez 

Independence 

Somerset 

Louisville 

Louisville 

Lexington 

Campbellsville 

Louisville 

Elkton 

Tompkinsville 

Cadiz 

Bedford 

Louisville 

Morganfield 

Valley Station 

Virgie 

Louisville 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Springfield 

Monticello 

Dixon 

Olive Hill 

Stephensburg 

Shively 

Frankfort 

Louisville 

Wheelwright 

Whitesburg 

Williamsburg 

Williamsburg 

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Mike Riffe 
Lewis Berkheimer 
Malcolm Marler 
Paul Smiley 
Ronnie Holcomb 
John Dixon 
Jim Poynter 
Phil Bason 
Charlie Bell 
Anthony Hatchell 
Floyd Hines 
Bill Robinson 
Don Wooldndge 
Jim Dougherty 
Michael Parker 
Tom Pandolfi 
Glen Wise 
David Mitchell 
John Miller 
Bill Dixon 
Monty Joe Lovell 
Ed Miracle 
Steve Tweddell 
Garnett Phelps 
Lewis Cook 
Doc Sanders 
Steve Butcher 
Jack Morris 
Dean Cvitkovic 
Jim DeVnes 
Larry French 
Douglas Clemmons 
Tom Stapleton 
Ted Leasor 
Pat Dale 
Bruce Herdman 
Larry Bryant 
John Hina 
Joe Medley 
Mike Murphy 
Robert Schneider 
Ben Pumphrey 
Roger Hayes 
Charlie Lynch 
Frank Parker 
Terry Bean 
Roy Cochran 
Don Netoskie 
Jim Wilson 
Dan Haley 
Walter Brugh 
Randy Reese 
Mike Manley 
Hillard Howard 
Yogie Kinder 
Eddie Bishop 
Bob Holman 
Phillip Haywood 
Roger Snyder 
Tony Burkeen 
Larry Woods 
Ray Graham 
Ivan McGlone 
Ron Finley 
Ken Barrett 
Mike Stewart 
Dave Browning 
Jack Eicher 
Mike Egan 
William Green 
Tom Becherer 
Earl Hutchinson 
Carl Fitzer 
John Cain 
Danny Dohn 
Don Williams 
Roy Walton 
Harry Reit 
Donald H Pope 
Mike Dotson 
Larry Moore 
Dixie Jones 
Jim Hurst 
Roger Gruneisen 
Dick McDonald 
Hugh Dening 
Ronald Curry 
Fred Ries 
Joe Hood 
Jim Ross 
Jimmie Reed 
Jerry Turner 
Walter L, Hawkins 
John Dyer 
Bernard Decker 
Stephen Reed 
Tom Roberts 
Steve Bocko 
Shorty Jamerson 
James Gose 
Sam Schafer 
Robert T. Rose 
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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIII — No. 2 



SEPTEMBER, 1980 



$2.00 Per Year 



K.H.S.A.A. BOARD OF CONTROL 
OFFICERS 1980-81 




J. D.Minnehan is a native of Ashland, Kentucky, 
and has earned degrees of A.B., M.A. and Rank I at 
the University of Southern Mississippi, the 
University of Tennessee and Western Kentucky 
University respectively. 

Mr. Minnehan's first five years in education 
were in the capacity of English teacher, assistant 
football coach and head basketball coach at 
Bardstown High School. He then served as As- 
sistant Principal at Bullitt Central High School for 
three years and Principal of the Oldham County 
Middle School for one year before assuming the 
principalship of Oldham County High School five 
years ago. 

Mr. Minnehan and his wife, Judy, have a four 
year old son, Jason. Mrs. Minnehan Is Director of 
Instruction for the Oldham County School District. 



Zeb Blankenship 
President 



J. D. Minnehan 
Vice-President 



Zeb Blankenship, Principal of Jessamine 
County High School, Nicholasville, was elected 
President of the Board of Control at the summer 
meeting of the directors held on July 25, 1980. J. D. 
Minnehan, Principal of Oldham County High 
School, was named Board Vice-President. 

Zeb Blankenship is a native of Elkhorn City, 
Kentucky, where he was graduated from high 
school in 1945. He was a member of the then 
Cumberland High School basketball team which 
represented the 15th Region in the State High 
School Basketball Tournament in 1943, 1944 and 
1945. He was a member of the 1945 All-Tournament 
team. 

Mr. Blankenship received a basketball scholar- 
ship to the University of Kentucky. Following his 
Freshman year, he served two years with the U. S. 
Army. He played basketball during this time and 
also served in the Department of Recreation at Ft. 
Meade, Maryland. Later he attended the University 
of Louisville and was graduated from the University 
of Kentucky In 1952. He also earned a Masters 
Degree and the Standard Leadership Certificate 
from U. K. 

He has served as a teacher, coach and principal 
at Virgie and Belfry High Schools in Pike County, at 
Madison-Model in the Richmond City Schools, at 
Mercer County High School, and is beginning his 
fourteenth year as Principal of Jessamine County 
High School in Nicholasville. 

Mr. Blankenship and his wife, Nel, are the 
parents of twin daughters, Kathy and Barby, and 
two sons. Chuck and Scott. Scott is currently 
attending Western Kentucky University. 



VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION 

The K.H.S.A.A. will sponsor regional and state 
volleyball tournaments in October, 1980. The 
regional tournaments will be held during the week 
of October 13, and the state tournament is 
scheduled for October 23-25. 

The regional sites are as follows: Kenton Coun- 
ty Region, Scott High School; Campbell County 
Region, Campbell County High School; East Ken- 
tucky Region, Paul Blazer High School; Jefferson 
County I, Presentation and Fairdale High School 
Jefferson County II, Iroquois High School and 
Manual High School; Jefferson County III, Ballard 
and Eastern High School. The State Tournament 
will be held at the University of Kentucky, Memorial 
Coliseum, the manager will be Brigid L. DeVries. 

The following schools have been assigned to 
regions: 

Kenton County Region — Beechwood, Dixie 
Height, Holmes. Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Lud- 
low, Notre Dame, St. Henry, Scott, Simon Kenton, 
Villa Madonna; 

Campbell County Region — Bellevue, Bishop 
Brossart, Boone County, Campbell County, 
Conner, Dayton, Grant County, Highlands 
Newport, Our Lady of Providence, Walton Verona; 

East Kentucky Region — Elkhorn City, 
Fairview, Hazard, Knott County Central, McCreary 
Central, Montgomery County, Paul Blazer, Rowan 
County, St. Camillus, Sheldon Clark, University 
Breckinridge, Woodford County; 

Jefferson County I Region — Angela Merici, 
Butler, Central, Doss, Fairdale, Holy Rosary, Ninth 
& O, Pleasure Ridge Park, Presentation, Shawnee, 
University Heights, Valley, Western; 

Jefferson County II Region — Assumption, 

Con'i on Page 2 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1980 



SEPTEMBER, 1980 



Vol XLIM, No. 2 



Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington. Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3. 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926 Publication No 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 
President .. Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Vice-Pres J.D. Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Directors .. Charles D. Black (1980-1984) Barbourville; 
John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon Coleman 
(1980-1984) Owensboro; Robie Harper, Jr (1979-1983) 
Drakesboro. Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; 
Walter J. Pickett (1980-1982) Valley Station: Barney 
Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsvllle; Fairce O. Woods 
(1979-1983) Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept, 
of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year 



From the Commissioner's Office 



BASKETBALL CLINICS 

The 1980-81 required rules meetings for 
basketball officials and head coaches will be con- 
ducted by Assistant Commissioner Billy V. Wise. 
Other members of the coaching staff, scorers and 
timers are urged to attend. The dates, times and 
sites for the meetings are as follows: 

October 6 - Somerset High School (Somerset) - 
7:00 p.m. 

October 7 - Bell Co. High School (Pineville) - 
7:00 p.m. 

October 8 - Hazard High School (Hazard) - 
7:00 p.m. 

October 9 - Prestonsburg High School (Pres- 
tonsburg) - 7:00 p.m. 

October 13 - Morehead State University (More- 
head) - 7:00 p.m. 

October 14 - UK Community College - Ashland 

- 7:00 p.m. 

October 15 - Mason Co. High School (Mays- 

ville) - 7:00 p.m. 
October 16 - Holmes High School (Covington) 

- 7:00 p.m. 

October 20 - Apollo High School (Owensboro) 

- 7:00 p.m. 

October 21 - Paducah Tilghman High School 
(Paducah) - 7:00 p.m. 



October 22 - Murray High School (Murray) - 
7:00 p.m. 

October 23 - Hopkinsvllle High School (Hop- 
kinsvllle) - 7:00 p.m. 

October 27 - Bowling Green High School 
(Bowling Green) - 7:00 p.m. 

October 28 - Elizabethtown High School (Eliz- 
abethtown) - 7:00 p.m. 

October 29 - Stouffer's Inn (Louisville) - 7:00 
p.m. 

October 30 - Henry Clay High School (Lexing- 
ton) - 7:00 p.m. 



BASKETBALL ASSIGNING 
SECRETARIES 1980-81 

Rex Alexander, 1320 Wells Boulevard, Murray 
42071, (Res) 502/753-3579, (Bus) 767-6826; Albert 
Finley, 303 Adams Avenue, Hopkinsvllle 42240, 
(Res) 502/886-4108, (Bus) 885-5133; Jerry Kimmel, 
Box 86, Beechmont 42323, (Res) 502/476-2656; Bob 
Gour, Box 1409, Bowling Green 42101, (Res) 
502/843-9582, (Bus) 842-8177; Howard E. Gardner, 
829 Freeman Lake Road, Elizabethtown 42701, 
(Res) 502/765-6273; Pete Mattingly, 1514 Cardinal 
Drive, Louisville 40213, (Res) 502/459-5793, (Bus) 
458-2129; Roy Winchester, Bethlehem 40007, (Res) 
502/845-5040; Bob Miller, 197 Holiday Lane, Fort 
Thomas 41075, (Res) 606/441-5885, (Bus) 635- 
4161; Howard Rogers, 17 Maryland Avenue, 
Winchester 40291, (Res) 606/744-1785, (Bus) 293- 
3040; (JV) Bobby Flynn, 428 McKenna Court, 
Lexington 40505, (Res) 606/299-5902, (Bus) 278- 
9310; Charles E. Hall, Rt. 2, Winterhawk, Danville 
40422, (Res) 606/236-8811, (Bus) 236-2604; Ray 
Canady, Box 244, Barbourville 40906, (Res) 
606/546-4765, (Bus) 546-4175; Don Stacy, General 
Delivery, Bonnyman 41719, (Res) 606/436-6209, 
(Bus) 439-1803; Paul Dotson, Box 83, Belfry 41514, 
(Res) 606/631-1841, (Bus) 353-7230, 353-7239; 
Bobby F. Crager, 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods 
41139, (Res) 606/836-6069, (Bus) 836-8186. 



VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION 
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Atherton, Brown, Immanuel Lutheran, Iroquois, 
Kentucky Country Day, Manual, Mercy, Male, 
Southern, Stuart, Thomas Jefferson, Tompkinsville; 

Jefferson County III Region — Ballard, Durrett, 
Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Mayfield, 
Moore, Mount St. Joseph, Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
Waggener, Westport; 

The K.H.S.A.A. is currently registering 
volleyball officials. Persons who wish to register 
should contact the K.H.S.A.A. office as soon as 
possible as the deadline date is October 1, 1980. 



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Page Three 



MEMO: 

National High School Activities Week 

September 28 — October 4, 1980 

THE FIRST CELEBRATION of National High 
School Activities Week will be September 28 to 
October 4, 1980. It is an opportunity for you to 
promote student participation in and community 
support of the athletic and activities programs of 
your schools. 



1980 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 

Early Season Questions 
INSTALLIVIENT I 

EDITOR'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 
1980 National Federation Football Rules do not set 
aside nor modify any rule They are made and pub- 
lished by the National Federation of State High 
School Associations in response to situations 
presented. 

Brice B. Durbin, Publisher 
National Federation Publications 

PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 
AND CLARIFICATIONS 

RULE BOOK 

Inside Cover Reference 9-4-lg should be 9-4-lf. 

Page 10 Under item (i) second sentence. 

Add "refuse" as fifth w/ord in sen- 
tence. 

Page 33 Chart on classification of kicks 

Roman numeral II. Under free kick 
should read as follows: "Other free 
kicks, except following a safety, 
may score a field goal. (see8-4-1a)" 

Page 36 Penalty for encroachment - change 

S2 to SI 

Page 56 Enforcement of nonplayer fouls — 

reference should be 10-4-1 
Cross out bottom 2 lines of page. 

Page 57 Second paragraph reference 7-5-3b 

should be 7-5-2b. 



CASE BOOK 
Page 3 

Page 32 
Page 39 



Page 54 



Top of Page - Reference 1-5-1 

should be 1-1-2. 

Cross out play 4-2-3E. 

Play 6-5-1B. In Ruling - Rl's block 

is illegal. The prohibition applies 

whether the signal is legal or invalid. 

Cross out play 9-3-2A. 



OFFICIALS MANUAL 

Inside Cover Change paragraph 211 to 212 and 

add also 407 following 328, 
Page 54 Diagram 4 - move BJ behind left 

goalpost and move FJ behind right 

goalpost. 
Page 57 Cross out diagram 6 and paragraph 

430. 



SIMPLIFIED AND ILLUSTRATED 

Page 15 Bottom - change reference 9-3-2k. 

Delete present caption and insert 
"Personal foul" - head or face 
tackle. A 15-yard penalty. If the of- 
ficial rules the action of #61 flagrant, 
he will be disqualfied. 

Pages 32 & 33 Interchange captions on bottom 
page 32 and top of page 33. 

1. PLAY: K2 punts from his 48-yard line, the ball 
comes down on R's 10 and bounces high in the 
air. K3 leaps and controls the ball and while in 
the air over the 5-yard line, throws the ball over 
his head to keep it from going into the end zone. 
The ball comes to rest and is blown dead on R's 
12-yard line. 

RULING: R may choose to take the ball at the 
spot of first touching by K3 or at the spot it was 
blown dead. The action of K3 to prevent the 
loose ball from going into the end zone is 
interpreted to be the same as an intentional 
bat of a scrimmage kick beyond the line, which 
is illegal. The 15-yard penalty, if accepted, is 
enforced from the previous spot and the down 
is replayed. (2-1-2: 2-1-4: 2-3-1; 2-11-3: 9-5-5: 
10-3-2) 

2, PLAY: The Referee observes quarterback A4 in 
the huddle: (a) looking at a piece of papertaped 
to the inside of his helmet: or (b) at a piece of 
paper taped to his wrist: or (c) looking at writing 
on the back of his arm. 

RULING: There is no prohibition unless the 
material on the arm in (b) is illegal because 
it is hard or abrasive. The only prohibition is 
against the use of mechanical or electronic 
audiovisual aid equipment (1-5-31, 9-7-1) 

3 PLAY: Prior to the try. Team A captain requests 
the ball be placed on the right side inbounds 
line. Team A then deploys m a spread formation. 
Team A captain does not like the defensive 
coverage and asks for time. The captain then 
asks the Referee to move the ball to a position 
midway between the uprights. 

RULING: The request is denied The captain 
may, in 5 situations, ask that the ball be placed 
at a certain point between the inbounds lines, 
however, once spotted the ball may not be 
moved because of a second request. If a foul 
occurs during the down and the penalty is ac- 
cepted, the captain would again be given an 
opportunity to pick a spot for the replay. The 
opportunity to request placement of the ball 
are available for a try or kickoff, or after a safety, 
fair catch or touchback. (4-3-5: 6-1-2: 6-5-3: 
8-3-1; 8-5-4) 

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1980 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 

MURRAY TEAM WINNERS 

HENRY CLAY SINGLES WINNER 




I C ltt±iti±*Hii-H 



(Left to Right) Team Winners, Candy Jackson, Kathy Outland (Murray High School). Lee McGuire, 
Singles Winner (Henry Clay High School). 

DOUBLES 

Quarter- 
Murray Finals Semi- 





Murray 


Finals 

Murray 


Finals 

Murray 




BYE 


Mad. Central 




Madison Central 




6-0, 6-1 
Bowling Green 








BYE 


Western 




Paul Blazer 




6-0, 6-1 
Sacred Heart 








Western 


7-6. 6-4 
Bowling Green 




LaRue Co 




6-1; 6-2 
Central 








Bowling Green 


6-1, 6-2 
Tates Creek 


Murray 


Tates Creek 


6-2; 6-2 




BYE 


Central 










6-2; 6-4 
Sacred Heart 








Henderson Co, 


Highlands 




Highlands 




6-4; 6-2 








BYE 


Sacred Heart 




BYE 




6-4; 6-2 








Sacred Heart 







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Page Five 



TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 

TENNIS TOURNAMENT — GIRLS 

University of Kentuclcy - Lexington, Kentucky - May 30-31, 1980 

SINGLES 



Gaye Nutter - Paris 


Nutter 


Quarter- 
Finals 

Nutter 


Semi- 
Finals 

Nutter 


Finals 

Nutter 








BYE 


Smith 




Pam Smith - Marion Co. 




6-0; 6-0 
Kuhlman 








BYE 


Ramser 




Laura Ramser - Presentation 




6-2. 6-2 
Strause 








Paula Richardson - Madison Central 


6-3; 6-1 
Kuhlman 




Chrissie Motsch - Sacred Heart 




6-1, 6-1 
Kelley 








Clara Kuhlman - Notre Dame 


Simmons 




Cheri Simmons - Lone Oak 




6-0; 6-2 
McGuire 








BYE 


Kelley 




Susan Kelley - Owensboro 




7-5; 6-3 
Strause 








Terri Ingram - Western 


6-0; 6-0 
Denton 




Delisa Denton - Warren Central 




Default 
McGuire 








BYE 


Strause 




Janey Strause - Ballard 




6-1; 7-5 
Buchanan 








BYE 


Buchanan 


McGuire 


Karen Couder - Western 








6-4; 6-1 


Kristen Buchanan - Elizabethtown 


6-4. 6-1 
Feese 




Sue Feese - Danville 




6-3; 6-1 
McGuire 








BYE 


Diuguid 




Nicci Moore - Montgomery Co 




6-1; 6-1 
Kuhlman 








LuAnn Diuguid - Christian Co. 


6-1; 6-0 
McGuire 




Lee McGuire - Henry Clay 




6-0. 6-0 
Denton 








BYE 


Ramser 




Cathy Ramser - Presentation 






Default 
6-1, 1-0 
Due to leg 
strain 








BYE 


Denton 




Deborah Denton - Warren Central 




6-1, 6-2 
Kuhlman 








Amy Inacane - Owensboro 


6-4; 6-2 
Ward 










6-2. 6-2 








BYE 


Kuhlman 




BYE 




6-1; 6-2 








Caroline Kuhlman - Notre Dame 







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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1980 



1980 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 
MAYFIELD TEAM WINNERS 

HIGHLANDS SINGLES WINNER 




(Left to Right) Team Winners, Kenny Summer, Barry Elliott (Mayfield High School). Todd Clements, 
Singles Winner (Highlands High School). 



DOUBLES 



Tales Creek 


Quarter- 
Finals 

Tales Creek 


Semi- 
Finals 

Tales Creek 


Finals 

Tales Creek 








BYE 


Doss 








Doss 


6-1; 6-4 
SI. Xavier 








BYE 


SI. Xavier 










6-1; 6-4 
Mayfield 








BYE 


Russellville 








Russellville 


6-1; 6-0 
Mayfield 








Bath County 


Mayfield 


Mayfield 


Mayfield 


6-2' 6-4 






Garrard Co. 


Lloyd 




Washington Co 




6-3; 6-1 
Ballard 








Lloyd 


Owensboro 




BYE 




6-4; 0-6; 6-3 








Owensboro 


Ballard 




BYE 




6-1; 7-5 









Ballard 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1980 



Page Seven 



FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL 

TENNIS TOURNAMENT — BOYS 

University of Kentucky - Lexington, Kentuclcy - i\/lay 30-31, 1980 

SINGLES 



Ira Schechter-Ballard 


Schechter 


Quarter- 
Finals 

Schechter 


Semi- 
Finals 

Hill 


Finals 

Clements 








BYE 


Weller 








Don Weller - Russellville 


6-0; 6-0 
Hill 








BYE 


Cooper 




Cecil Cooper - Pad. Tilghman 




6-4, 6-1 

Clements 








BYE 


Hill 




Greg Hill - Henderson Co. 




6-1; 6-2 
Cohen 








BYE 


Cohen 




Jay Cohen - Tates Creek 




7-6; (5-2); 6-3 
Watson 








BYE 


Hanks 




Robert Spencer - Fairdale 




6-1; 6-0 
Clements 








Brad Hanks - Marion Co, 


6-2: 6-3 
Clements 








Todd Clements - Highlands 


6-2; 6-1 
Watson 








Bob Waters - Model 


6-2; 6-1 
Fones 




John Whipple - St, Xavier 




6-2; 6-1 
Dubilier 








Matt Fones - Franklin-Simpson 


6-2; 4-6; 6-1 
Ecarma 


Clements 


Reggie Ecarma - Doss 








7-6; (5-4); 6-2 


Mitch Estes - Bath County 


6-0; 6-0 
Dubilier 




Robert Rudd - Pad. Tilghman 




6-7; (4-5); 6-2; 6-0 
Watson 








Gerald Dubilier - Tates Creek 


6-0; 6-2 
Undervjood 




Paul Steenken - Holy Cross 




7-6; (5-2); 7-5 
Beckman 








Scott Underwood - Glasgow 


6-0; 4-6; 6-4 
Watson 




BYE 




2-6; 6-2; 6-2 
Montgomery 








John Watson - Model 


Montgomery 




BYE 




6-3; 6-3 








Bob Montgomery - Henderson Co, 


Arterburn 








BYE 


6-2; 6-0 
Beckman 




Todd Arterburn - Male 


Lyons 








BYE 


6-2; 6-3 








Terry Lyons - Grayson Co, 


Beckman 








BYE 


6-1; 6-2 








David Beckman - Trinity 







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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1980 



1980 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 



The regional sites, managers and teams assign- 
ed to each are listed below. Each school listed will 
receive from the regional manager an information 
sheet and entry blank prior to the meet. The 
deadline for entering a team In the cross country 
program Is October 10, 1980. 

GIRLS' CLASS A 

Trigg County Region (Jim Wallace, Trigg Co. H. 
S.) — Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, 
Fulton County, Providence, University Heights, St. 
Mary. 

West Hardin Region (Bobby Williams, West 
Hardin H. S.) — Bardstown, Edmonson County, Fort 
Knox, Immanuel Lutheran, Kentucky Country Day, 
Portland Christian, Spencer County. 

Harrison County Region (Joe Judy, Harrison 
Co. H. S.) — Anderson County, Augusta, Carroll 
County, Lexington Catholic, Model, Nicholas 
County, Owen County. 

Pulaski County Region (Gordon Bocock, 
Pulaski Co. H. S.) — Berea, Corbin, Garrard County, 
Harrodsburg, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Somerset, 
Tompkinsville. 

Jenkins Region (Charles Dixon, Jenkins H. S.) 
— Buckhorn, Magoffin County, Paintsville, Phelps, 
Red Bird, Riverside Christian. Virgle. 

Bath County Region (Nelson Garner, Bath Co. 
H. S.) — Hazel Green, Lee County, Menifee County, 
Morgan County, University Breckinridge. 

Highlands Region (Chuck Gullo, Highlands H. 
S.) — Beechwood, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Dayton, Gallatin County, Grant County, Holy Cross, 
Silver Grove, Walton Verona. 



GIRLS' CLASS AA 

Trigg County Region (Jim Wallace, Trigg Co. H. 
S.) — Calloway County, Mayfield, Paducah 
Tilghman, Union County, Webster County. 

West Hardin Region (Bobby Williams, West 
Hardin H. S.) — Elizabethtown, Grayson County, 
LaRue County, North Bullitt, West Hardin. 

Harrison County Region (Joe Judy, Harrison 
Co. H. S.) — Harrison County, Jessamine County, 
Mason County, Woodford County. 

Pulaski County Region (Gordon Bocock, 
Pulaski Co. H.S.) — Adair County, Barren County, 
Boyle County, Danville, Lincoln County, Pulaski 
County, Taylor County. 

Knox Central Region (Kim Messer, Knox 
Central H. S.) — Bell County, Knott County, Knox 
Central, McCreary Central, Whitesburg, Whitley 
County. 

Bath County Region (Nelson Garner, Bath Co. 
H. S.) — Bath County, Bourbon County, Estill 
County, Montgomery County, Rowan County. 

Highland Region (Chuck Gullo, Highlands H. 
S.) — Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Scott, Simon Kenton. 

Boyd County Region (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. 
H. S.) — East Carter, Elliott County, Lewis County, 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter. 



GIRLS' CLASS AAA 

Daviess County Region (Tony Rowe, Daviess 
Co. H. S.) — Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. 

Trigg County Region (Jim Wallace, Trigg Co. H. 
S.) — Bowling Green, Christian County, 
Hopkinsville, Marshall County. 

St. Xavier Region (Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier H. S.) 

— Atherton, Butler, Central, Durrett, Evangel, 
Iroquois, Male, Manual, Sacred Heart, Shawnee. 

Westport Region (Bob Thompson, Westport H. 
S.) — Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Mercy Academy, Moore, Seneca, Thomas 
Jefferson, Waggener, Westport. 

Stuart Region (Charles Mitchell, Stuart H. S.) — 
Angela Merici, Bishop David, Doss, Fairdale, Ninth 
& O, Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Stuart, Valley, 
Western. 

Shelby County Region (Larry Wingfield, Shelby 
H. S.) — Franklin County, Marion County, Nelson 
County, North Hardin, Oldham County, 
Western Hills. 

Harrison County Region (Joe Judy, Harrison 
Co. H. S.) — Boone County, Bryan Station 
Campbell County, Conner, Henry Clay, Holmes, 
Lafayette, Laurel County, Notre Dame, Tates Creek. 

Boyd County Region (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. 
H. S.) — Boyd County, Clark County, Madison 
Central, Paul Blazer. 

BOYS' CLASS A 

Daviess County Region (Tony Rowe, Daviess 
Co. H. S.) — Bremen, Central City, Drakesboro, 
Frederick Fraize, Graham, Greenville, Hancock 
County, Muhlenberg Central, Trinity. 

Trigg County Region (Jim Wallace, Trigg Co. H. 
S.) — Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, 
Fulton County, Lyon County, Providence, St. Mary, 
Trigg County, University Heights. 

West Hardin Region (Bobby Williams, West 
Hardin H. S.) — Bardstown, Caverna, Edmonson 
County, Fort Knox, Green County, Immanuel 
Lutheran, Kentucky Country Day, Portland 
Christian, Spencer County. 

Pulaski County Region (Gordon Bocock, 
Pulaski Co. H.S.) — Campbellsville, Corbin, Garrard 
County, Harrodsburg, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, 
Metcalfe County, Oneida Institute, Somerset, 
Tompkinsville, Williamsburg. 

Jenkins Region (Charles Dixon, Jenkins H. S.) 

— Betsy Layne, Buckhorn, Hazard, Jackson, 
Jenkins, Magoffin County, Paintsville, Phelps, Red 
Bird, Riverside Christian, Virgie. 

Bath County Region (Nelson Garner, Bath Co. 
H. S.) — Fleming County, Hazel Green, Lee County, 
Maysville, Menifee County, Morgan County, 
Tollesboro, University Breckinridge, Wolfe County. 

Harrison County Region (Joe Judy, Harrison 
Co. H. S.) — Anderson County, Augusta, Carroll 
County, Frankfort, Lexington Catholic, Madison, 
Millersburg Military Institute, Model, Nicholas 
County, Owen County, Sayre, Williamstown. 

Highlands Region (Chuck Gullo, Highlands H. 
S.) — Beechwood, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, 
Covington Latin, Dayton, Gallatin County, Grant 
County, Holy Cross, Ludlow, St. Henry, Silver 
Grove, Walton Verona. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1980 



Page Nine 



BOYS' CLASS AA 



Trigg County Region (Jim Wallace, Trigg Co. H. 
S.) — Calloway County, Mayfleld, Ohio County, 
Paducah Tllghman, Union County, Webster 
County. 

West Hardin Region (Bobby Williams, West 
Hardin H. S.) — Breckinridge County, East Hardin, 
Elizabethtown, Grayson County, LaRue County, 
Meade County, North Bullitt, Washington County, 
West Hardin. 

Harrison County Region (Joe Judy, Harrison 
Co. H. S.) — Harrison County, Jessamine County, 
Mason County, Pendleton County, Scott County, 
Woodford County. 

Pulaski County Region (Gordon Bocock, 
Pulaski Co. H. S.) — Adair County, Barren County, 
Boyle County, Danville, Lincoln County, McCreary 
Central, Pulaski County, Taylor County. 

Knox Central Region (Tommy Smith, Knox 
Central H. S.) — Bell County, Knott County, Knox 
Central, Whitesburg, Whitley County. 

Bath County Region (Nelson Garner, Bath Co. 
H. S.) — Bath County, Bourbon County, Estill 
County, Montgomery County, Rowan County. 

Highlands Region (Chuck Gullo, Highlands H. 
S.) — Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, 
Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport 
Catholic, Scott, Simon Kenton. 

Boyd County Region (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. 
H. 8.) — East Carter, Elliott County, Johnson 
Central, Lewis County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, 
West Carter. 



BOYS' CLASS AAA 

Daviess County Region (Tony Rowe, Daviess 
Co. H. S.) — Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. 

Trigg County Region (Jim Wallace, Trigg Co. H. 
S.) — Bowling Green, Christian County, 
Hopkinsville, Madisonville, Marshall County, 
Warren Central. 

St. Xavier Region (Bro. Borgia, St. XavierH. S.) 
— Atherton, Butler, Central, Durrett, Evangel, 
Iroquois, Male, Manual, St. Xavier, Shawnee. 

Westport Region (Bob Thompson, Westport H. 
S.) — Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Moore, Seneca, Thomas Jefferson, Trinity, 
Waggener, Westport. 

Stuart Region (Charles Mitchell, Stuart H. S.) — 
Bishop David, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Ninth & O, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Stuart, Valley, 
Western. 

Shelby County Region (Larry Wingfield, Shelby 
Co. H.S.) — Bullitt Central, Franklin County, Marion 
County, North Hardin, Nelson County, Oldham 
County, Shelby County, Western Hills. 

Harrison County Region (Joe Judy, Harrison 
Co. H. S.) — Boone County, Bryan Station, 
Campbell County, Conner, Henry Clay, Holmes, 
Lafayette, Laurel County, Tates Creek. 

Boyd County Region (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. 
H. S.) — Boyd County, Clark County, Greenup 
County, Madison Central, Paul Blazer. 



RATINGS ON 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on basketball 
officials registered with the K. H.S. A. A. during 1979-80. 

REGION I 

Green, Don; McGinty, L.V.; Poe, Buddy; Finley, Howard: 
Cash, Charles: Higdon, Sam: Jackson, Dennis: Miller, 
Harold: Harper, James: Geurin, Joe: Morris, Bobby: 
Latham, Billy: Canter, Mike: Featherstone, Jerry: Akin, 
Clyde: Pandolfi, Tom: Guthrie, Gilliam: Stokes. Cubb: 
Henson, Don: Murt, Gene: Purcell. Ken: Anderson, Mike: 
Spahr, David: Paitsel, Jim: Boykin. Arthur: Williams, Greg; 
Saylors, Carlee: Jones, Robert: Keeling, Reuben; Van 
Hooser, Phillip: Hargrove, David; Polivick, Dwayne; 
Harper, Jewell: Pruitt, Greg; Thompson, Allen: Outland, 
Stan; Majors, Jeff; Vmcent, Gary; 

REGION II 

Moser, Rudy: Beshears. Jim; Crouse, Jim; Browning, 
Wayne: Holt, Robert: Hammons, Norman; Ringstaff, Roy; 
Colley, Lynn; Rogers, Eldridge; Johnson, Frank; Burton, 
Bill; Boisture, Roy: Hughes, Roy; Holt, Ron; Mitchell, 
Curtis; Pierce, Frank: East, Bill; Menser, Scott; Knauer, 
Glen; Goldey, Bill; Bullock, James: Crick, Dwane; Vaughn, 
Ron; Davis, Jay: Ward, Bob; Wooton, George; Bernardini, 
Bruno: Jennings, Jeff, Bugg, Jim; Moore, Dean; Carlton, 
Rob. Gates, Bill; Griffith, Mike; Thompson, David; 
Kluepfel, Joe; McCann, Norma: Stone, Sidney: 

REGION III 

Barnes, Barry, Divine, Wayne: Hill, James, Long, Jim; 
Montgomery, Chet, Everly. Phyllis; Cox, Rufus; Wilson, 
Ken; Bates. Walter; Jackson, Ed: Eades, Mark; Jones, Ken; 
Nash, Rick; Thomas, Duward; Etienna. Don; Day, Jack; 
Everly, Randy: Thomson, Cecil; Fox, Joanna; Barnes, 
Conard: Davis, Harold; Grant. Neil; Evans, Lewis; Milam, 
Jimmy; Howard, Dwight; Mattingly, Terry: Stokes, Tom; 
Holland, David; Buckman, William; Barnes, Roger; 
Dotson, Scott; Askin, Ray; Greathouse, Frank; Read. Ray; 
Brown, David; Quisenberry, David; James, David; Crick, 
James; Tunget, Karen: 

REGION IV 

McCarley, John; Gorrell, Howard; Sears, Wilson: Meadors, 
Bill: Long, Steve; Murreli, Alien; Long, Bill: Burkeen, Phil; 
Vance, Hunter; Stevenson, Mike; Cobb, Mike; Curry, 
Randall: Sumner, Carl; McPherson, Lanny; Phillips, 
Harold: Lamastus, Randall; Brown, Rick, Hamm, Jerry; 
Garden, Gene; Appling, James: Simpson, Delane: Brown, 
Mike; Chaffin, John; Anderson, Ralph: Hamm, Ritchie; 
Holt, Larry; Stewart, Bill: Raymer, Don; Webster, Norman; 
Szczapinski, Larry; Smith, Bruce; Rogers, Ralph; Williams, 
James; Proffitt, Carley: 

REGION V 

Gilbert, Jerry; Spencer, Irv; Wilson, Paul; Stikeleather, 
Clyde; Durbin, Hade; Williams, Bobby: Morse, Richard: 
Houk, Jack: Breshear, Loy: Downs, Joe; Hawkins, Don; 
Skaggs, Bill; Spalding, Randall; Skaggs, Bobby: Cross, 
Roger: Myers, Ron; Shaw, Don; Frazier, Mac; Gardner, 
Gary; Gaddie, Gary; Crutcher, Paul: Gupton, Laurence; 
Bartley, Joe; Hilton, Billy: Vincent, Jack; Vinson, Ron; 
Crutcher, Marion; Winfrey, Shelby: Wright, Gary; Bland, 
Dusty: Cook, Preston: Meredith, Eric: Kerr, Richard; 
Moore, Jim; Rice, Willard; Williams, Buford; Wade, Sharon; 
Strain, Richard: Edwards, Wayne; Tucker, Charles; Wade, 
Charles; Thomas, John; Allen, Tom; Smith, Bev; Hawkins, 
Stewart; Hayes, David; Skeeters, Ricky; Young, Tony; 
Sheehan, Tim; Allen, Jeff; Baker, William; Gutpon, 
George: Revis, David: Edwards, Wayne; Crump, Edward; 
Thomas, Mike; Fraley, Charles: Buis, Greg; Hail, Terry; 
Wortham, Steve; Crume, Jane; Smart, John; Warfield, 
Jerry; Wheeler, Milton: Schultz, Larry; Sapp, Emma; 
Bohanon, Alan; Blakeman, Mike; Aldridge, Vern; Handley, 
Woodie; Carman, Sandy: Upchurch, David; Crittenden, 
Fred: Elliott, Mike; Embry, John; Fague, Richard; Ray, 
Mark: Hendron, James; Howard, Bob; Ballard, Ellis; 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1980 



NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 

GOLF TEAM 

1980 CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Coach Joan Shadley, Bonnie Overmann (Medalist), Coleen Cahill. 
Nancy Rosing, Andrea Foltz. 



GOLF RESULTS 



The 1979-80 G.rls' State Golf Tournament 
was held at Elizabethtown Country Club, 
Elizabethtown, Kentucky, on May 13-14 Team 
wmner was Notre Dame Academy with a total 
score of 709 Runner-up team was Elizabeth- 
town High School with a total score of 727. 
Individual champion was Bonnie Overmann of 
Notre Dame Academy with a score of 1 59. The 
individual runner-up was Melissa Jones of 
Crittenden County High School with a score of 
160. 



The Boys' State Golf Tournament was 
held at Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox, May 
13-14. Team winner was Tates Creek High 
School with a total score of 637. The runner-up 
team was St. Xavier High School with a total 
score of 637. The individual champion was 
Buddy Bryant of Paducah Tilghman High 
School with a total score of 140. The individual 
runner-up wac Dave Peege of Trinity High 
School with a total score of 150. 



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Page Eleven 



FENCING INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS 




Elaine Elam, Oneida Baptist Institute (girls' 
individual foil). 

1980 State Fencing 
Championship Results 

The K.H.S.A.A. State Fencing Tournament 
was held at Atherton High School, Louisville, 
on April 5, 1980. Oneida Baptist Institute 
placed first in the team's finish of the Boys' 
Fencing Championship with Fort Knox placing 
first in the Girls' Championship. 

Following are the results: 
BOYS DIVISION 

Team results: 1. Oneida Baptist Institute, 
28; 2. Lafayette, 13; 3. Male, 10; 4. Fort Knox, 8; 
5. Seneca, 5; 6. Atherton, Ballard, Shawnee, 0. 



Glenn Miller, Oneida Baptist Inst. (Sabre), 
Anthony Wormack, Male (Foil), John Jones, 
Lafayette (Epee). 

Individual Results: 

Foil Division — 1. Anthony Wormack, 2. 
John Jones, 3. Glenn Miller, 4. Patrick Borden, 
5. Tim Pinto, 6. Paul Chambers. 

Sabre Division — 1. Glenn Miller, 2. Hans 

Waber, 3. John Flowers. 

Epee Division — 1. John Jones, 2. John 
Flowers, 3. Glenn Miller. 

GIRLS DIVISION 

Team Results: 1. Fort Knox, 22; 2. Oneida 
Baptist Institute, 18; 3. Sacred Heard, 5; 4. 
Seneca, North Hardin, Country Day, 0. 
Individual Results: 

Foil Division — 1. Elaine Elam, 2. Alice 
Blount, 3. Roya Shachi, 4. Regina Williams, 5. 
Lori Kosteinik, 6. Sue Kargi. 



1980 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 
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4. PLAY: During a run by A4, the Team A coach 
is on the field berrating an official. A4 is tackled 
and, thereafter, B1 piles on. How are the pen- 
alties administered? 

RULING: The piling on is a dead ball foul. The 
foul by a nonplayer (Team A coach) is admin- 
istered as a dead ball foul. Dead ball fouls are 
administered in the order they occur. The 
penalty on the coach will be administered first, 
followed by the penalty for piling on. (2-30-6; 
10-2-4) 

5. PLAY: Fourth and 10 from B's 40-yard line. K1 
in punt formation receives the snap but decides 
to run. K1 advances 8 yards beyond the line and 
seeing he will not make the first down, he kicks 
the ball. The ball rolls into B's end zone where 
B1 picks it up and returns it the length of the 
field into A's end zone. 



RULING: Touchdown for Team B. The touch- 
back, fair catch and blocking rules that normally 
apply during a scrimmage kick do not apply 
during an illegal kick. The ball remains alive 
and may be advanced out of the end zone. Team 
B may accept the 15-yard penalty and, if they 
did, it would be enforced from the spot of the 
illegal kick with the down being replayed. 

COMMENT: Normally, the covering official will 
not realize it is an illegal kick and will sound his 
whistle (inadvertently) when the ball enters the 
end zone. If the penalty is declined, the ball 
will then revert back to Team A at the point 
possession was lost (when it was illegally 
kicked) and the down will count. Since Team A 
is short of the first down, Team B will take over 
first and 1 at that point. (2-15-3; 6-2-1 ; 6-5-1 ; 8- 
5-3; 9-1-4; 9-5-4) 



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RATINGS ON BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 
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REGION VI & VII 

Liedtke, Joe; Sims, Frank; Duvall, Tom; Hourigan, Jim 
Driskell, Earl; Murphy, Mike; Monks, Ron; Lambert, Irv 
Gibson, Russ; Hayes, Pete; Bell, Clarence; Gatterdam, Ed 
Bush, Kerman; Stovall, Cathy; Eaves, Jim; Baker, Jan 
Brothers, Dottie; Bell, Ron; Gentry, Dale; Kaufman, Steve 
McGraft, Bob; New/ton, Dennis; Emmons, Guy; Weihe 
Bob; Tindall, Cliff; Brockman, Ken; Redle, Joel; Loeser, Al: 
Weber, Tom; Meredith, Billy; Cecil, Ron; Bryant, Jim: 
Cooper, Fred; Hourigan, Tim; Clark, Ken; McAnally, Tom 
Strong, Charles; Hammock, Don, Ritchie, Bill; Shartzer, 
Steve, Smith, Ron; Thomas, Billy; Compton, Al; Brown 
Judy; Decker, Jim; Taylor, Don; Wheeler, Lou; Hackett 
Wilbur; Backert, Tony; Hatfield, Rip; Kazunas, Jerry 
Szyper, Rick; Thompson, Beth; Brevi/er, Charlie; Woosley 
Don, Thompson, Jerry; Lawson, Stan; Durbin, Hoy 
Effinger, Sherry; Stuedle, Ray; Blandford, Jean; Hatfield 
Dan; Baldw/in, Dennis; Hickey, Tom; Heckel, Richard: 
Reader, Bob, Heckel, Charles; Allen, Phil; Pearl, George: 
Jansen, Jean; Head, Jack; Atzinger, Phyllis; Schutte 
Bruce; Nelligan, Mike; Henderson, Roger, Holt, Tim 
Barton, Ron; Ogden, Paul; Bams, Stan; Beck, Bob; Kistner 
Gary; Stephenson, Joe, Marguart, Jerry; Biter, Charlie 
Gillespie, Vicky; Shepherd, Larry; Williams, Becky: Shake, 
Ken; Morris, Larry; Marguette, Ralph, McPike, Ray 
Westerman, Carol; Wise, Gala; Stober, Martha; 

REGION VIII 

Stethen, James; Radjunas. John; Dyke, Dean; Gordon, 
Roy; Taylor, Bill; Hicks, Gene; Stark, Doug; McMillan. Lar- 
ry; Comacho, Marcus; Lee, David; Wood, Gary; Williams, 
Gary, Feger, George; Kellam, Steve; Johnson, Gayle; 
Studle. Ronald; Williams, Dannie; Dant, Joe; Doll, Allen; 
Maddox, Bobby; Morris, J. C; Peyton, William; Jackson, 
Steve; Stark, Allen; Sanders, David; Wilson, Plomer; Davis, 
John C ; Dixon, Oscar; Hedges, Dennis; Myers, Chris; 
Thornberry, Gary; (sham, Buford; Crawford, Rick; Davis, 
Bobby; 

REGION IX 

Hummel, Tom; Moore, Buddy; Sullivan, Dan; Liggett 
Ernie; Moore, Bob; Thompson, Tom; Vories, Dick 
Bauman, Mike; Roesel, Joe; Wolfe, Dennis; Arnold, Jim 
Freppon, Tom; Rich, Dennis, Bertsch, Ron; Haas, Tom 
Vories, Kent; Grieme, Bill; Fisk, Rod; Weyer, Jim; Perry, 
Charles; Swope, Tom; Uriage, Dick; Smith, Bill; Hummel 
Joe; Vories, Gary; Collins, Ron; Gabbard, Ray; Chappie, 
Charles; Penno, Harry; Buerger, Tim; Brown, Steve 
Lehkamp, Ken; Trapp, Charles, Hickey. Tom; Bond, Terry 
Denham, Al; Schomaker. Charles, Burkhart. Bob; Shields 
Don: McCarthy, Steve. Mohr, Tom. Bishop, Paul; Denne- 
dy. Bob; Fields. Jerry; Grefer. Tom; McDowell. Ben 
Flesch. Jerry; Horn, J.E.; Thompson. Jerry; Gregg. Lon 
Scott, Emmanual; Darnell, Nick: Schneider. Don; Rouse 
Tom; Weinel. Tim; Carr Larry; Sorrell. Tom; Huber, Jerry 
Stoker. Steve; Meyer, Uave; Weidner. Paul; Mueller. Ken 
Brockman. Tom; Ponchot. Joe; Fritz. Tim; Douthwaite, 
Don; Sullivan. Richard. Florence. Joe; Morris, Edward 
Kristoff, Dave; Conner, Gary; Weinel, Dick, Daniels, Steve 
Coleman, Ron, Modrell, Gary; Cooper, John, Woodridge 
Jim; Wright, Bob; Miller, Tom; Yelton, Nick, Bernes. Tom 
Rappold. Allen. Heilman. Glen. Smith. John; Morris, Tom 
Washnock. Dick; Tucker, Joe; Baker, Jim; Fessler, Joe 
Barber, Steve; Brausch, Dave; Tierney, Joe; Ellis, Ken 
Brenberg, Tom; Noll, John; Gosney. Donna; Vesch, Gary, 
Mayberg, Glen; Hagerty, Tom; Hill, Marshall; Kremer, 
Mike; Crout, Tom; Collier, Doug; Whitley, Jim; 

REGION X & XI 

Cox, Ken; Hampton, Doug; Devary, Bill; Bair, David; 
Johnson, Jim; Billips, Doug; Bell, Henry; Shuck, Tommy; 
Long, Bob; Byars, Don; Ebel, Jack; Hart, Peggy; Johnson, 



Jerry; Thompson, Tommy; Middleton, John; Scott, Jerry; 
Biodgett, Marianna; Lusby, George; Wade, Kent; Denton, 
Calvin; Brock, Jack; Boucher, Larry; Chasteen, Rick; 
Thompson, Joe; Catron, Ken; Hughes, Brenda; Straus, 
Bill; Williams, Roger; Maines, George; Jenkins, Burney; 
Mullins, Bill; Bramble, Jim; Fritz, John; McGowan, Jim; 
Carpenter, Jasper; dinger, Tony; McClure. Jerry; Brown. 
Scoop; Holt, Terrell; Johns, Jim; Pickrell, Jerry; Basler, 
Mel; Overstreet, Walt; Parker, Steve; Hunt. William; 
Raybourne, Pat; Owens, Bruce; Kemper, Nancy; Rhodus, 
Harry; Story, John; Owens, Pete; Eads, Ron; McNulty, 
Bob; Call, Barbara; Brown, Barry; Thompson, Gary; 
Cornelison, Mike; Smith, Ron; Hutchinson, Jack; Zachem, 
John; Sparrow, John; Turpin, Don; Turpin, Ron; Hill Dan; 
Lashley, Dan; Adams, Beverly; Dobson, Barry; 

REGION XII 

Spoonamore, Jim; Hughes, Rufus; Hargis, Noel; 
Randolph, Woody; Shaw, Earl; Wallace, John; Maxey, 
Richard; Acton, Claude; Turner, Keenan; Sowder, Bill; 
Wilson, Bruce; Butner, Billy; Bullock, Larry; Farley, Jimmy; 
Brown, Ronnie; Hupp, Ronnie; Cash, Harold; Gordon, 
Jimmy; Compton, Jerry; Jones, Doug; Vaught, Marvin; 
Atwood, Bobby; Burchett, Wendell; Rousey, James; 
Alexander. Wendell; Hacker, David; Morrison, Donnie; 
Wilson. Dan; Luttrell. Daisy; Creekmore. Milford; 

REGION XIII 

Selvy. Curt; Pietrowski. Paul; Cupp, Jack; Maxey, Mike; 
Bruner, Jack, Centers, Mike; Hodges, Bill; Jeffers, Steve; 
Howard, Jim; Hammons, George; Idol, Billy; Brown, 
Wendell, Morgan, Richard; Anders. Raleigh; Smith, Benny; 
Rhodes, Cecil; Lawson, Sonny; Johnson, Mike; Doizer. 
Dennis. Fields, Rufus; Ashurst, Mike; Alexander, Ron; 
Evans, Alvin; White, William; Cook, Chandler; Fletcher, 
John; Martin, Terry; Ball, Charles; Baldwin, Carl; Smith, 
Gary; Swafford, Billy; Owens, Jerry; Beckner, Gene; 
Osborne, Ronnie; McCowan, Connie; Gambrel, Don; 
Hubbard, Oscar; Adkins, Jerry; Cooper, Mary; Lee, 
Charles; Leigh, Steve; Mosley, David; 

REGION XIV 

Dixon, Bill; Allen, Doug; Brewer, Jerry; Hall, Tommy; 
Allen, Yvon; Jones, Denver; Combs, Henry; Kirk. Charles; 
Francis. Frank, Feltner, Dan; Brewer, Lloyd; Gabbard, 
John; Campbell, Dexter; Cunningham, Bob; Vanover, J. 
W,; Smith, RoySmallwood, Talmadge; Whitaker, Charles; 
Mcintosh, Carl. Bailey. Harrison; Polly, Rex; Hall, Don; 
Feltner, Paul; Turner, Mike; Thornsberry, Larry; Combs, 
Ira: Tolliver, Jerry; Molands, Lawrence; Smiley, James; 
Phillips, Coeburn; Stone, Myra; 

REGION XV 

Hall, Bill; Collier, Burnard; Keatley, Jim; Casey, Ancie; 
Bevins, Wally; Daniels, Bob; Bogar, Darrell; Butcher, 
Doug; Seavers, Joe; Copley, Sid; Howard, Jackie; Whitt, 
Mike; Woosley, Darrell; Wallen, Wendell; Crisp, Jackie; 
Hall, Dickie. Sammons. C. J.; Tucker, Phillips; Hall, Jack; 
Phillips, Gene; Combs, Sherman; Hopson, James; 
Newsome, Cecil; Parker, Lowell; Pelphrey, Joe; Varney, 
Greg: Kessmger. Micheal; Layne. Bert; Bell. Greg; Powell, 
Billy; Phillips, James; Wright, Raleigh; Spears, Ronnie; 
Kelly, Dolph; May. Paul; Newsom. Jerald; Looney, James; 
Stacy, David; 

REGION XVI 

Moore, Marvin; Hardin, Don; Banks, Buddy; Kouns, Bob; 
Johnson, Walter; Collins, Hubert; Radjunas, Ed; Cundiff. 
Curt; Jackson, Bob; McKenzie, Dwight; Ramey, Gary; 
McKenzie, Jim; Burch, Bill; Kirk, Walter; Thornsbury, 
Brice; Newman, Bill; Dixon, Ron; Tuttle, John; Wages, 
Bob; Browning, John; Asher, Ralph; Cox, James; Greene, 
Bert; Hyland, Dick; Barker, Walter; Simpson, Jim; May, 
Bill; Thomas, Leonard; Plummer, Bill; Taylor, Carl; Hobbs, 
Charles; Fritchner, John; Johnson, Lynn; Pelphry, Paul; 
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OCTOBER, 1980 



1980-81 FOOTBALL 
CERTIFIED OFFICIALS 



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for the advanced ratings of Certified and Approved as a result of 
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ALDRIDGE, James R 
ALLEN, James E. 
ALLISON, Richard G. 
AMMERMAN, Robert P. 
ANDERS, Raleigh A. 
ARFLIN, Tracy T. 
ARTHUR, Paul E. 
AUSTIN, Dwight Lea 
BACKERT, John A 
BALDWIN, Dennis E. 
BARBOUR, R. Barry 
BARKER, David H. 
BARKER, Norman D. 
BARNEY, Gregory R. 
BARNOTT, John R. 
BARTLETT, Charles W. 
BATTERTON, Keith 
BAUMAN, L Cease 
BELL, Clarence T. 
BELL, Ronald Keith 
BERNARDINI, Bruno 
BLACKFORD, Robert L. 
BOCOOK, Earl 
BOGAR, Joseph D 
BOND, Terry Lee 
BOTTLES, Donald W 
BOYLES, Jerry F 
BRADFORD. Robert L. 
BRAMBLE, James L 
BRSUCH, Charles J. 
BREWER, Jerry 
BREWER, Lloyd 
BROWN. Herman G. 
BROWN, J. W "Scoop" 
BROWN, Wendell 
BRUMIVIETT, Don 
BUCKLEY, Robert S Jr. 
BURCHETT, James B. 
BURGESS, Oley J Sr. 
BURKEEN, Phillip C. 
BURRUS. Lee Roy Jr 
CARLSON, David A. 
CARR, Billy W, 
CARR, Larry 
CLARK, John E 
CLEf^ENTS, William P. Jr. 
CLEMMONS, Sam P. 
CLINE. Nick L. 
CLUSKEY, Joe 
COLE, Robert J Jr 
COLEMAN, Louis H. Jr. 
COLLEY, Lynn W 
COLLINS, Ronald K 
CONLIN, Martin T 
CORBETT, John Byron 
CRAFT, Albert B 
CRUTCHER, James Marion 
CRUTCHER, John M. 
CRUTCHER, Paul M. 
CURRENT, Ellis Ray 
CURRENT, Roberto. 
DAVIDSON, Harlan Jr. 
DAVIS. Ralph C, 
DAY, Richard W. 
DELANEY, William T. 
DeSENSI, W. C. "Chick" 
DENTON, William J. 
DEWEES, William L. 
DOWNS, Gilbert 
DOWNS, Joseph W. 
DOYLE, Danny K 
DRAKE, Richard R 
DUFF, William C Jr. 
DURDEN, John R 
DURHAM. Tom 
EASLEY. Dan 
EASTERLY. C Thomas 
ELDRIDGE, Wayne R 
ELOVITZ, Carl J 
EMMONS. Guy W III 
ETIENNE, Donald H. 
EWEN, George D. 
EWING, Roger G 
FAY, John C. 
FELTNER, Danny Ray 



FERRELL, Ronnie D. 

FINCK, Dennis Ray 

FISH, Leiand G. 

FRALEY, Charlie L. 

FRAZER, Tom Roe 

FRIEDMAN, Charles M. 

FRYREAR, Bill P. 

FUCHS. Charles "Donuts" 

FURLONG, William E. 

FUTRELL, Keith M 

GALLAHER, Jack F, 

GAMMON, William H. 

GASTINEAU, Joby A. Ill 

GELBKE, Gilbert M. 

GENTRY, Dale J. 

GETTLER, John F. 

GFELL, George V. 

GILKERSON, Pat H. 

GILLIAM, Randy 

GOBER, John S, 

GOBLE, Kenneth R. Sr. 

GOUR, Robert A 

GRAAS, Oscar L 

GRAHAM, James E, 

GREEN, Donald P. 

GREENWELL. Robert A. 

GREFER. Thomas J. 

GRIFFIN. Powell Lynn 

GUMBLE, Art 

GUTTERMAN, James D. 

GUY, Newton S. Ill 

HACKETT, Wilbur L. Sr, 

HADDEN. Newell P. Jr. 

HAGAN, Michael J. 

HALL, Charles E. 

HAMBY, Thomas E. 

HAMMOCK, Don L. 

HAMMONS, George F. 

HANCOCK, Norbert E. 

HARRIS, David L, 

HATFIELD, Paul R, 

HAWKINS, Donald H. 

HEABERLIN, Bill Sr. 

HEABERLIN, Bob 

HEABERLIN, William S. Jr. 

HEAD, Lon E. 

HELTON, Leslie 

HENDERSON, Charles A 
HILLYER, Charles L. 
HOFFMAN, Thomas A 
HOLZKNECHT, Thomas E. 
HOPSON, James E 
HORSMAN, Bill 
HOUCHENS, Tom M 
HUBBARD, John Douglas 
HUNTER, James E. 
ISHMAEL, Stephen A. 
IVES, Rick D. 
JACKSON. Ed 
JACOBY, Ben W. 
JAMES. Harold E 
JEFFRIES, David T. 
JEFFERS. Stephen E 
JENSEN, Edward A. Ill 
JOHNSON. Harry A. 
JOHNSON, Larry J. 
JOHNSON, Robert F. 
JONES, Denver "Smokey" 
JONES, Paul D. 
KAMMERER, Kenneth F. 
KELLER, Terry Joe 
KEMEN, Jerry 
KINSLOW, Bill 
KIRK, Charles F. 
KIRK. Jerry R 
KIRKLAND, John Drew 
KIRKLIN, Luther R. 
KLUSMAN, Carl J. Jr. 
KORDENBROCK. Joseph S. 
KOUNS. Robert H. 
KUSTER, Thomas T. 
LAMBERT. Irvin G. 
LANDERS, John Frank 
LAWSON, Don Tarlton 
LEAHY, Martin Patrick Jr. 



LEDFORD. Thomas B. 
LENEAVE, Robert E. 
LILE, Clyde F. 
LILLIE, William Westley 
LINDON, Bob 
LINKES, Clifford C, 
LOGAN, Michael 
LONG, James E, 
LONG, Scottie J. 
LOONEY, James O. 
LOWE, Stanford F. 
LUCKETT, Paul J. 
LUCKETT, Thomas Edward 
LUSBY, George 
LYKINS, James O, 
LYNCH, Lester F 
McCLURE, Tom S 
McCONNELL, J D. 
McCORMICK, Don R. 
McFADDEN, Jimmie 
McGAREY, Paul E 
McGINTY, L. V, Jr, 
McKINNEY, Adelle 
McNAY, James F. 
MARTIN, Paul J, 
MASON, Wardy C. 
MATHENEY, John B, 
MAYER, Edward A. 
MEADORS, William J. 
MEIMAN, John R. 
MELSON, Gary Bruce 
MENSHOUSE, Larry K. 
MERCKER, George E. 
MERRITT, Donald F. 
METZGER, Donald R. 
MICK, Paul E, 
MICKEY, Elbert W 
MINTA, John H. 
MOODY, William R. 
MOORE, Phillip H. 
MOORE. Franklin "Bud" 
MOORE, Robert W. 
MOORE, William Kelly 
MOOSMANN, John A, 
MORGAN, Richard 
MORRIS, Edward C. 
MORRIS. Larry E, 
MORSE. Richard K. 
MURDACH. Leslie L. 
NASH, Richard C. 
NELLIGAN, Michael L. 
NETHERCUTT, Henry W. 
NOONAN, Robert M 
NORWOOD, Thomas R. 
OSBORNE, Lonnie 
OSBORNE, Ted G 
OSTING, James E. II 
OSTING, John Douglas 
PACE, Donald W. 
PAGE, James N. 
PARKER, Bob L 
PASSAFIUME, John J. 
PATE, Lloyd W. 
PEENO, Harry R. 
PERRIN, James A. 
PIETROWSKI, Paul 
PINSON, Paul L. 
PITSTICK, Jeffrey L. 
PITTMAN, Spencer R. 
POOLE, Glenn 
POTTS, Roy Allan 
POWERS, Elmer 
PUCKETT, Robert O. 
PUGH. Robert B. 
PURCELL, Michael R. 
PURWIN, John C, 
QUEHL, Harry "Bud" 
RAINS, Everett Paul 
RANSDELL, John D. 
RAPP, William C. 
RASCOE, Robert B 
RAWDON, Richard M. 
READ, Frederick K. 
REYNOLDS. Elmer G. 
ROBERTS, James E. 



ROBY, James B. 

ROSEN, William H. 

ROUSE, Thomas L. 

RUNYON, Tommy D. 

RUSS, Charles E. 

RUSSELL, Gary E. ! 

SATTERLY, Grant G. 

SAYLORS, Carlee 

SCHILLING, Donald L. 

SCHULTZ. Frank D. '. 

SCOTT. W, L. "Bill" 

SELLINGER, Robert M 

SELVY, Curt 

SESHER, James T. 

SHREVE, Tim 

SIMMS, Clarence E 

SIMPSON, F. DeLane 

SIMPSON James H. 

SIZEMORE. Aster 

SLIGH. James E. 

SMALL, David E. 

SOHAN, John Patrick 

SOUTH, Stanlev P. 

SPATH, William J. 

STALEY, Jerry 

STATON, Frank E Jr. 

STEPHENSON, Harry S. 

STIKELEATHER, Clyde L. 

STOVALL, Kenneth J, Jr. 

STRADER, Timothy V. 

STRAIN, Richard P 

STREICHER, Richard A, 

STUEDLE, Ray Sr. 

STUMBO, Jack 

SUTTON, James Arthur 

SWARTS, Joseph C. 

SWINFORD, John 

SWCPE, James R. 

SWORD, Russ D 

TATE, Kenneth L. Jr. 

TAYLOR, James R. 

THARPE, Willie H. 

THOMAS. Lyn H. 

THOMAS, Paul R. 

THOMAS, Raymond E. 

THOMAS, Raymond Earl 

THOMPSON, HarrieG. 

THOMPSON, Tom D. 

THOMPSON, Victor Neil 

THOMSON. Cecil W 

TIMMERING, George E. 
TINSLEY. Joe D. 
TOWE. Paul F. 
TRABUE, Robert David 
TRAPP, Charles W. "Chuck 
TREAS, Joe W. 
TUCKER, Charles N. 
TUITELE, Matthew V. L. 
TURLEY. A. Howard 
TYE, Josh 
URLAGE, Richard 
VanBOGAERT. Steve 
VAUGHN, William E. 
WADE, W. B. "Bill" 
WAIDE, Harry D. 
WALKER, Joe D. 
WANCHIC. Nicholas 
WATSON, James W. 
WEBER, Thomas C. 
WEDGE, Paul Denny Jr. 
WELLS, Glenn M. 
WHITE, John Stanley 
WILDER, Jerry R. 
WILLIS, Donald A. 
WILSON, James L. 
WINFREY, William Steven 
WOOD, Walter A. 
WRIGHT. Howard L. 
WRIGHT, John David 
WRIGHT, James Lloyd 
WUERTZ, John R. 
WYATT, Henry S. 
YATES, George A. 
ZIMMER, Thomas W. 
ZOGG, Joe F. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucl(y High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIII — No. 3 



OCTOBER, 1980 



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Minutes of the Board Meeting 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Building. Lexington, Kentucky, 
on Saturday morning, October 18, 1980. The meeting was called to 
order by President Zeb Blankenship at 9:00 a.m. with all Board 
members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. 
Wise, Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries and Louis Stout 
present. Conley Manning was present representing the State 
Department of Education, The invocation was given by Conley 
Manning. 

Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Fairce O. Woods, that the 
minutes of the meeting held on July 25 be approved as submitted. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

John Brock moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the 
minutes of the East Eligibility Committee Meetmg held on 
September 24, 1980, concerning the Stanley Meihaus III eligibility 
case, be approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Blankenship introduced Prin. Waymon Denison, 
Coach Roy McKamey and Joel Thompson from Hart County High 
School. They were appearing before the Board to appeal the 
Commissioner's ruling that Joel Thompson had violated 
K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 32, Post-Season and All Star Games. After 
considering the facts as presented in the case by the 
representatives from Hart County High School, Fairce O. Woods 
moved, seconded by John Brock, that the basketball contest in 
which Joel Thompson participated in on April 12, 1980, did not 
constitute a all-star or post-season game as referred to in 
K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 32. The motion carried unanimously. The 
Board members did advise that the Hart County High School 
officials should caution their team members about participating in 
any athletic contest without first checking with the coach or 
principal to determine if there is a possible violation of K.H.S.A.A, 
rules. 

President Blankenship introduced Prin. Bobby Wells. 
Prestonsburg High School, and Mr, Glenn, father of Jean Ann 
Glenn. They were appearing before the Board to appeal the 
Commissioner's decision in the eligibility case of Jean Ann Glenn 
Following the presentation made by Mr, Wells and Mr, Glenn and a 
discussion by the Board, Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by 
Whaylon Coleman, that the Commissioner's decision be upheld 
and that K.HSA.A. By-Law, Section 1, Transfer Rule, not be 
waived in this case. The motion passed unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills reviewed the eligibility case of Dennis 
Wolfe from Breckinridge County High School, concerning the 
Transfer Rule. At this time Prin. Rob Cox of Breckinridge County 
High School came before the Board to appeal the Commissioner's 
ruling that Dennis Wolfe is ineligible to participate in athletics at 
Breckinridge County High School under the provisions of 
K.H.S.A.A. By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule. Following a lengthy 
discussion after Mr. Cox's presentation, Fairce O, Woods moved, 
seconded by John Brock, that the Commissioner's decision be 
upheld and that By-Law 6, Section 1 , Transfer Rule, not be waived 
in this case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Coach Fred Waddle, Taylor County High School, appeared 
before the Board with additional material concerning the eligibility 
case of Casey Neely who had moved from Florida to 
Campbellsville, K.HSA.A. By-Law 6, Section ^Transfer Rule, isat 
question in this case. Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Charles 
Black, that the Board wait for a verification from the principal of the 
Florida school as to whether or not Casey participated in varsity 
athletics before making a decision in this case. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented copies of all the correspondence in the 
eligibility case of Randy Trodglen a student enrolled at Hancock 
County High School. Randy was ruled ineligible according to the 
provisions of K.H.S.A.A, By-Law 6, Section 1. Transfer Rule. 
Following a discussion of the information presented, Fairce O. 
Woods moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the decision of the 
Commissioner be upheld in his case. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills submitted a copy of a proposal that Supt. 
Reed Conder of the Marshall County Board of Education, had 
requested him to present to the Board, Following a discussion of 



the proposal and comments by Barney Thweatt concerning his 
interest in possibly re-wording the proposal, the Commissioner 
was directed by the Board to request that Mr, Conder re-submit the 
proposal on or before the March 1 deadline and that it would be 
placed on the agenda for consideration by the Delegate Assembly, 

Chairman Barney Thweatt reported on the Minor Sports 
Committee Meeting that met on October 17 at 7:00 p,m Members 
of this Committee are Walter Pickett, Alvis Johnson. Whaylon 
Coleman and Robie Harper, The following items were discussed 
for Board consideration: 

It was requested that a survey of the member schools be made 
to determine whether or not the required 25% of our member 
schools would be interested in the KHSA.A, sponsonng a state 
tournament in girls' Softball, Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by 
Whaylon Coleman, that the survey be made. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Louis Stout was asked to report on the baseball program. 
Following a lengthy discussion on Mr. Stout's presentation. Barney 
Thweatt moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, that game fees for 
baseball officials be increased to $25 00 per single game and 
$37,50 for doubleheaders with a travel allowance of IOC per mile 
per car for all necessary travel. Assigning Secretaries shall limit 
travel to only one car in all cases where possible. The motion 
passed unanimously, Mr, Stout was directed to inform the member 
schools of the reasons for the recommended increase in game fees. 

Coach Joe Kroh of St, Xavier High School presented to the 
Board a recommendation for a new format in tennis. After a lengthy 
discussion Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Robie Harper, 
that the recommended team concept be adopted beginning with 
the 1981-82 school year. The motion carried unanimously. 

After a discussion on the site of the 1981 Girls' State Basketball 
Tournament John Brock moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, that 
Eastern Kentucky University be named the site of the 1981 Girls' 
State Basketball Tournament, The motion carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion on the number of classes in football, 
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that a 
proposal be referred to the Football Committee for study with a 
recommendation that the number of classes be changed from four 
to three. The motion carried unanimously, 

Billy Wise presented to the Board some suggested 
recommendations to be made to the assigning secretaries of 
junior varsity basketball officials. Following a discussion of these 
recommendations Fairce O. Woods moved, seconded by Barney 
Thweatt, that the Board approve the recommended fee for junior 
varsity basketball (B-team) officials as $17,50 per game. The 
motion passed with a vote of 9-1, The recommendation is to be sent 
to the assigning secretaries and the decision to follow the 
recommendation made by the Board is left up to each of the local 
Policy Committees, 

Ivir, Mills read a letter from President Jim Watkins of the 
Kentucky High School Athletics Directors Association inquiring 
about the procedure to be followed to become a voting member at 
the Delegate Assembly, The Board suggested that he submit a 
proposal through a Board appointed representative or by the 
principal of a member school prior to the March 1 deadline. They 
would then approve its placement on the agenda for consideration 
by the 1981 Delegate Assembly, 

Commissioner Mills presented a letter from Mr, Charles Hay. 
Archivist with Eastern Kentucky University, requesting that the 
K.H.S.A.A. deposit permanently and transfer physical custody of 
their historical records to Eastern's Archives. Following a lengthy 
discussion on the need for the protection and preservation of these 
records. Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by Fairce O, Woods, that 
this request be granted. The motion carried unanimously. 

J.D. Minnehan requested that the next meeting of the Board be 
held on December 13, 1980, at9:d0a.m, attheKHSAA. Building, 
Lexington. Fairce O. Woods moved, seconded by Barney Thweatt, 
that the requested date and site for the next Board meeting be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Robie Harper moved, seconded by J.D, Minnehan, that all bills 
for the period beginning July 1, 1980, and ending September 30, 
1980, be allowed. The motion passed unanimously. 

There being no further business Alvis Johnson moved, 
seconded by Fairce O, Woods, that the meeting adjourn. The 
motion passed unanimously. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1980 



OCTOBER, 1980 



Vol XLIM, No. 3 



Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
tor in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 
President .. Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Vice-Pres J.D. Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Directors .. Charles D. Black (1980-1984) Barbourville: 
John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon Coleman 
(1980-1984) Owensboro; Robie Harper, Jr. (1979-1983) 
Drakesboro: Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; 
Walter J. Pickett (1980-1982) Valley Station; Barney 
Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville; Fairce O. Woods 
(1979-1983) Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. 
of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year 

From the Commissioner's Office 
Attention Officials! 

The attention of all registered K.H.S.A.A. 
football, basketball, wrestling, soccer, volleyball, 
track and baseball officials is called to By-Law 28, 
Section 9, which provides that the official shall be 
supplied with an emblem which he shall wear on his 
shirt sleeve. The emblem is to be worn on the left 
shoulder shirt sleeve approximately one and one- 
half inches below the shoulder seam. The rectangu- 
lar emblems are of these colors; green for the 
"registered" official, red forthe "approved" and blue 
for the "certified." It does not have the year on it so 
that it's use is not limited to a single season unless 
the status of the official changes. 

Recommended uniforms are as follows: 

Football — black and white striped shirt (long or 
short sleeves), black baseball cap with white piping, 
white knee pants, black belt, black stockings, black 
shoes and laces. 

Basketball (Boys) — black and white striped 
shirt (short sleeves, long sleeves by special 
permission), black trousers, black belt, black shoes 
and laces; 

Basketball (Girls) — black and white striped 
shirt (short sleeves, long sleeves by special 
permission), black slacks, black belt, black shoes 
and laces; 

Baseball — navy blue or black trousers, black 
athletic leathershoes( not football shoes), navy blue 
coat or jacket, navy blue shirt if working coatless, 
white shirt if wearing coat or jacket, white shirt on 
bases if all umpires are dressed the same, umpire's 
navy cap (no players caps), indicator and mask of 
choice, inner protector or inflated protector (inflate 
type if official desires to purchase), black belt, black 
shoe laces, black tie with white shirt. 



FILMS 

The films listed below are In the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky College of Education. The code 
letters "ej.s.ca" refer to elementary, junior high, senior 
high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy the 
particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not apply 
to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. (Phone 606-258-2828). 

FOOTBALL 
BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00, 1 1 
min. 

Fundamentals of ball handling are stressed; stance, 
grip, "feel" of the ball, fingertip control adjustments before 
throwing or kicking, receiving passes from center or from a 
back, catching passes and punts, ways of carrying a ball, 
and changing from one hand to another. Game shots are 
presented, using slow motion and stop action techniques, 
and superimposed animation to illustrate principles. 
BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c, 1 reel, 11 min., $2.00 

Fundamentals of good blocking are taught in this film; 
position, speed, drive, follow-through, timing and body 
control. Describes shoulder and body blocks, demonstrat- 
ing several varieties of these. Importance of good physical 
condition, practice, and experience are emphasized. 
Special photography used to illustrate different points. 
GOAL TO GO, 28 min.; color. $1.00 

This film provides a dramatic visual approach to a 
better understanding of the rules of football for players, 
coaches, officials and spectators. Special attention is 
given to the passing and kicking games as well as such 
other areas of the rules as blocking restrictions, snapping 
infractions, the neutral zone, legal and illegal shift and 
motion. 

PRECISION FOOTBALL is a 16mm, 28 minute, sound, 
color (or black and white) film. $1.00 

This film provides a new dimension to the understand- 
ing of the rules. It is designed for coaches, officials, players 
and fans, and promotes emphasis in the following areas: 
scrimmage violations, pass interference, encroachment, 
free kicks, false starts, live and dead ball fouls, butt block- 
ing, face tackling, clipping, batting the ball, running plays 
and pass situations. This new motion picture will be an 
asset to any sports information library. 
POINT OF CONTACT — BLOCKING AND TACKLING 
TECHNIQUES, 17 min., color, $1.00. 

This picture was produced by the National Federation 
of State High School Associations to explain the rules 
relating to butt-blocking and face-tackling. The film uses 
all modern motion picture techniques including graphics, 
stop action and slow motion to explain the reason football 
rules committees are concerned with the techniques of 
butt-blocking and face-tackling. 
ONE STEP AHEAD — 16mm, 17 min. 

This is a 17 minute 16mm sound motion picture pro- 
duced by the National Federation of State High School 
Associations, 11724 Plaza Circle, P.O. Box 20626, Kansas 
City, Missouri, 64195. 

Officiating techniques are reviewed as actual game 
•.ituations in this film to aid better officiating. The subject 
matter covered in this film includes: Pre-game, kick-off, 
scrimmage plays, measurements, penalty enforcement. 



K.H.S.A.A. Directory 

Ttie Kentucky High School Athletic Association has printed a 
directory for 1980-81, Included in the directory is a calendar of 
events, a section on general information about the K.H.S.A.A. and a 
listing of member schools and their personnel. 

The Directory is available to coaches, officials and other 
interested persons at a fee of $2.00 plus postage of 40it for one 
directory. Please send check or money order to Directory, 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1980 



Paae Three 



CLINIC ATTENDANCE 



According to our records the following football 
officials have not attended the mandatory clinic as 
required in ByLaw 28, Sec. 3 and will not be per- 
mitted to officiate until they have attended a makeup 
clinic: 



Arflin, Tracy T., 369 S. Atcher St., Radcliff, 40160 
Asher, Noah Michael, 105 Walnut St., Berea, 40403 
Back, Lee Jr., 203 Field St., Cumberland, 40823 
Bates, James Ralph, Box 2, Ermine, 41815 
Brascher, David R., R.R. 1, Gentryville, 47537 
Brewer, Preston E., 1115 Catherine, Metropolis, III., 

62960 
Brockman, Mark D., 7519-B 70th Tank Bn. Ave, Ft. 

Knox, 40121 
Butler, Ronald, 308 S. 43st, Louisville, 40212 
Cothern, Rick D., 608 Village Dr., Franklin, 42134 
Davis, Larry Wayne, P.O. Box 2, Barbourvilie, 40906 
Demoret, Bruce K., 7768 Bridgegate G. Florence, 

41042 
Denham, Edward G., Rt. 5, Box 483, Berea, 40403 
Denton, Wm. J., 6709 Seminole Ave., Louisville, 

40214 
Ducker, Larry K., 742V2 N. Broadway, Lexington, 

40502 
Dunigan, Bradley T., 1418WalnutSt., Benton, 42025 
Ellison, Ronald, 106 Brown Rd., Verona, 41092 
Fowler, Gary 0., 855 Yuma Ct., Bowling Green, 

42101 
Gilkerson, Pat H., R#1, Box 117, Prichard, W. Va., 

25555 
Graves, Ricky L., 237-A Berger Rd., Paducah, 42001 
Heringhaus, Joe, 199 Kenton St., Bromley, 41016 
Holbrook, John F., Box 1086, Whitesburg, 41858 
Klosterman, John C, 304 Adela Ave., Ludlow, 41 01 6 
Lasch, James H., 4018 Retreat Rd., Louisville, 40219 
Lee, William A., Box 116, Wallins, 40873 
Leiand, Lonnie L., 1857-A Chatsworth Circle, Lex- 
ington 40505 
LeMay, Chris M., 324 W. Riverside Dr., Jefferson- 

ville, Ind. 47130 
Lewis, Joseph Catron, 1245 Summit Dr., Lexing- 
ton, 40502 
Lockwood, Richard C, R.R. 5, Harrodsburg, 40330 
Masterson, William Gary, 5609 Spicewood Ln., 

Louisville, 40219 
May, Larry G., P.O. Box 340, Williamson, W. Va., 

25661 
Miller, Dan, 300 Highway, Apt. 14, Ludlow, 41016 
Moore, Alvin E., Box 1170, New Garden Station, 

40121 
Morgan, Charles B., Jr., 3500 Warwick Dr. #4, Lex- 
ington, 40502 
Niemann, Lawrence Vern, 1277 Dillion Ave., Race- 
land, 41169 
Noll, John T., 22 Forest, Ft. Thomas, 41075 
Olsen, Peter, 272 Houston Ave., Paris, 40361 



Osborne, Ronnie, Rt. 1 Box 242-A, Baxter. 40806 
Osborne, Lonnie, 220 Lakeview Dr., Pikeville, 41501 
Pace, Donald W., 3087 Cleveland Rd., Lexington, 

40511 
Passafiume, Jerome, Jr., 11206 DeHam Drive, 

Louisville, 40222 
Patterson, Wm. C, 108 Carlisle Ave., Greensburg, 

42743 
Peterson, Bill S., P.O. Box 667, Bardstown, 40004 
Sallee, Danny D., 584 Storey Ave., Harrodsburg, 

40330 
Saylor, Gary L., Rt. 4, Box 106, Wallins, 40873 
Shallcross, Warren M., 9120 Rainbow Springs Ct., 

Apt. 1, Louisville, 40222 
Sligh, James E., Rt. 7, Box 152, Ashland, 41101 
Sparks, Jerry, 113 W. Southern, Louisville, 40214 
Spratling, Obie L., 416 N. Logsdon Pkwy., Rad- 
cliff, 40160 
Sprowles, Jeff, Rt. 1, Box307,Campbellsville, 42718 
Stayton, Jeffrey P., 3935 Decoursey, Covington, 

41015 
Stepp, James G., Box 291, Inez, 41224 
Stevenson, Mike, 118 Jacob Dr., Princeton, 42445 
Strain, Richard P., Jr., 3401 Shanks Lane, Apt. 3, 

Louisville, 40216 
Sutherland, Fred, 101 Mockingbird Ln., Bardstown, 

40004 
Tackett, James F., Box 765, Jenkins, 41537 
Tharpe, Willie H., 2605 Oregon, Louisville, 40210 
Traylor, Garnett, 102 Ruth Ave., Princeton, 42445 
Treas, Joe W., P.O. Box 653, Fulton, 42041 
Turner, Paul ERic, 813 Park St., Bowling Green, 

42101 
Walker, Joe D., 508 E. Cedar St., Franklin, 42134 
Washer, Charles R., 3922 Bank St., Louisville, 4021 2 
Wildt, Jerry N., 4106 Caven Ct., Louisville, 40229 
Winter, Andrew J., 310 Clay Hall, Lexington, 40508 
Wray, Robert F., 3190 Burnham Ct., Lexington, 

40503 

According to our records the following football 
coaches have not attended the mandatory clinic as 
required in ByLaw 28, Sec. 3: 

Dan Goble — Atherton High School, Don 
Daniels — Betsy Layne, Eugene Hensley — Clay 
County High School, Bob Lewis — Conner High 
School, Ken Bargo — Crittenden County High 
School, Ron Madrick — DeSales High School, 
David Peak — Eastern High School, Tom Cosman — 
Fairdale High School, Ron Wigglesworth — Green- 
ville High School, John Morgan — Lynch High 
School, Larry Bryant — Mullins High School, Earl 
Hutchinson — Sheldon Clark High School, Danny 
Dohn — Southern High School, RogerGruneisen — 
Trinity High School, Hugh Dening — Valley High 
School, Sam Schafer — Whitley County High 
School, Shorty Jamerson — Wheelwright High 
School. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1980 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES 
ASSOCIATION AUDIT REPORT 

April 22, 1980 

Mr. Joe Ohr & Executive Committee 
Kentucky High School Coaches Assoc. 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Gentlemen: 

I have examined the statement of cash receipts and disburse- 
ments for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1980. My examination 
was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing stan- 
dards, and accordingly included such tests of the accounting 
records and such other auditing procedures as I considered 
necessary in the circumstances. 

During the latter part of March, 1980, Mr, John Radjunas was 
elected Executive Secretary. A bank account was opened at Mt. 
Sterling National Bank. This report does not cover any cash 
receipts or disbursements to that account, as it will be for activity in 
the year ended March 31, 1981. 

In my opinion, with the above exception, the accompanying 
statement of cash receipts and disbursements presents fairly the 
recorded cash transactions of the Kentucky High School Coaches 
Association and All Star Fund for the fiscal year ended March 31 , 
1980, on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

Ronald I. Small 
Certified Public Accountant 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
AND ALL STAR FUND 

CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1980 





Ky. High 








School 








Coaches 


Alt Star 






Assn. 


Fund 


Total 


CASH RECEIPTS 








Dues 


$11,901.00 


$ 


$11,901-00 


Interest Income 


1,282.60 


1,430.56 


2,713.16 


Grant — Pepsi 




3,000.00 


3,000,00 


Gate Receipts 




10,559.02 


10.55902 


Transfers — K.H.S.C.A. 




5.000-00 
$19,989.58 


5.000.00 


TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS 


$13,183.60 


$33,173.18 


CASH DISBURSEMENTS: 








All Star Disbursements 








Fairground Rent 


$ 


$ 3,550.00 


$ 3,560-00 


Insurance 


3.515.00 


961.00 


4,476.00 


Trainers & Coaches 




800.00 


800.00 


Ushers, Ticket Takers, & 








Security 




807.91 


807.91 


Director 




1,000.00 


1.000.00 


Travel 




1.263.42 


1.263.42 


Food & Housing 




6,419.65 


6.419.65 


Sales Tax 




339.72 


339.72 


Photos & Awards 


442.25 


224.00 


666.25 


Uniforms 




2.196.82 


2.196-82 


Transfers — All Star Fund 


5,000.00 




5.000-00 


Injuries Paid 


397.15 




397-15 


Other 




214-10 


214.10 


Other Disbursements: 








Postage & Supplies 


562.48 




562.48 


Travel & Meetings 


1,322.70 




1,322.70 


Dues 


100.00 




100.00 


Collection Fee 


1,793.50 




1,793.50 


•• Accounting 


45.00 




45.00 


Miscellaneous 


129.20 




129.20 


Grant — H. Starns 


1,000.00 




1,000.00 


Grant — K.H.S.A.A. (Ins.) 


1,000.00 




' .000.00 



TOTAL CASH DISBURSEMENTS 

EXCESS CASH RECEIPTS OVER 

CASH DISBURSEMENTS 
Cash Balance, March 31. 1979 

Cash balance, March 31, 1980 



$15,307.28 $17,776.62 $33,083.90 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 
AND ALL STAR FUND 

SCHEDULE OF CASH 

Current March 31, 

Rate 1980 1979 

Ky. High School Coaches Assoc. 

Union Bank & Trust Company 
Irvine, Kentucky 
Checking Account Balance 
Estill Federal Savings & Loan 
Irvine, Kentucky 
Certificate of Deposit 



$ 4,914.94 $ 7.038-62 
(7.25%) 1 0,000.00 1 0.000.00 



All Star Fund 

First Security National Bank 
Lexington, Kentucky 
Checking Account Balance 
Passbook Savings Account 
Central Bank & Trust Company 
Lexington. Kentucky 
Certificate of Deposit 
Citizens Union Bank & Trust Co 
Lexington, Kentucky 
Passbook Savings Account 



TOTAL CASH. MARCH 31 



$14,914.94 $17,038.62 



$ 4.97468 $ 4,192.28 
(5,25%) 18,814.10 17.860.48 



(5.50%) 10.000.00 10.000.00 

(5,25%) 9.415.57 8.938.63 



$43,204.35 $40,991.39 



$58,119.29 $58,030.01 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

AND ALL STAR FUND 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CASH 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 1980 

1980 1979 

CASH RECEIPTS 

Dues $11,901.00 $11,521.50 

Interest Income 2.713.16 2,58803 

Grants 3,000.00 3.250,00 

Gate Receipts 10,559.02 5.518.64 



Total Cash Receipts 

CASH DISBURSEMENTS 
All Star Expenses: 

Fairground Rent 

Insurance & K.H.S.A.A. Grant 

Tramers & Coaches 

Ushers, Ticket Takers, etc. 

Director 

Travel. Food & Housing 

Photos & Awards 

Uniforms 

Injuries Paid 

Other Expenses 
Other Disbursements: 

Postage & Supplies 

Travel & Meetings 

Collection Fee 

Grants 

Other 

Total Cash Disbursements 
Excess of Cash Receipts over Disbursements 



$28,173.18 $22,878.17 



$ 3.550-00 


$ 3,200-00 


5.476.00 


6,015.00 


800.00 


2,200.00 


807.91 




1 ,000.00 


1,000-00 


7,683.07 


4,418-68 


666.25 


195-00 


2,196.82 


595-90 


397.15 


1,514-40 


553-82 


427-68 


562-48 


1,446-13 


1,322.70 


1,842-86 


1,793-50 


1,781-00 


1,000-00 




274-20 


147-00 


$28,083-90 


$24,783-65 



89.28 $(1,905.48) 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

AND ALL STAR FUND 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

March 31, 1980 

Significant Accounting Policies: 

The cash basis of accounting is used. Accounts receivable and accounts 
payable at year end are not reflected. 

Accounts Receivable: 

At twlarch 31.1 979. there was $1 ,000 due from the Athletic Director and 
coaches conference. At fularch 31. 1980. it was management's opinion 
that this amount would not be collected. 

Injuries Paid: 

At March 31 . 1979. there were approximately $400 due on unpaid injuries. 
This was paid during the year ended f^arch 31. 1980. 

Annual Dues: 

For the fiscal year ended March 31, 1980, the following dues were col- 
lected: 



$(2,123-68) $ 2.212.96 $ 89.28 
17.038.62 40.991.39 58,030.01 



Annual Dues — 3,587 members @ $3 — 
Life Dues — 114 members @ $10 — 



$14,914.94 $43,204.35 $58,119.29 



$10,761.00 
1,140.00 

$11,901.00 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1980 



Page Five 



1980-81 FOOTBALL 
APPROVED OFFICIALS 



ADAMS. James R. 
ALMAND, David F. 
ALLEN, James H, 
ASH, Mikie L. 
BAIRD, James H. 
BALEY, Buddy F. 
BARRETT, Richard A. 
BARTH, Donald Keith 
BELL, Russell G, 
BLACK, Charles D, Jr. 
BLEMKER, Ray 
BOSSE, Raymond C, 
BOTTOMS, William E. 
BOZARTH, Perry E. 
BRADY, Danny T. 
BRANHAM. W F 
BRANSOM. Ben P Jr. 
BRANSTETTER. Charles E. 
BREEDEN. Alan G 
BROCK. Jack W. 
BRYAN. Francis D. 
BULLOCK, James D, 
BUNCH, Lawrence O 
BURGAN, Eric A. 
BURGESS, Blair D, 
BURKE, David Dean 
BURNS, Raymond G, Jr. 
GATES. Rickey 
CHAFFIN, John B. 
CLARK. Owen B. 
CLARK. William S- III 
CLAYTON, Noel B. 
CLEMSON, F, Christopher 
COMBS, Harold A. 
COMBS, Ira Delano 
COOK, Chandlar D, 
COPPINGER, Allen III 
CORNELISON, Michael R. 
COUCH, William J. Jr. 
(?OX, Robert W. 
CRITTENDEN, Fred M, 
CROLEY, Jerry W. 
lj)AVIDSON, Charles Robert 
DAVIS, Mark A. 
DAVIS, William Thomas 
DEAN, Roger L, 
piCKENS, William D. 
DICKISON, Stephen 

30DS0N, Anthony 
ONOGHUE, Terrance P. 
C|ORMAN, Byron Todd 
nOSSETT, Mac 
DUNAGAN, Edward A, 
DUPIN, Jackie H. 
DUVALL, Robert Lee Jr. 
DYEHOUSE, James F. Jr. 
ELKIN, Larry 
EPPERSON, James F. 
ESTES, Walter R. 
EVANS, Alvin 
EVANS, Ronnie B. 
FARMER, Garland R. 
FISCHER, Gerald Wayne 
FLIEHMAN, John R. 
FOSTER, Berryman E, 
FOWLER, Gary O. 
FRANK, Joseph Gary 
GANN, Ronnie W. 
GARCIA, Chencho 
GARRETT, Bland H. Ill 
GATTUSO, James F. 
GILES, Frank H. Jr. 
GODBEY, Tom 
GORHAM, Barry W, 
GRAHAM, John A, 
GROSS, Joseph B. 
GUMBLE, Arthur E. 
HADDIX, Daniel E. 
HAMM, Michael R. 



HATFIELD, James G. 
HENRY, William Barry 
HENSON, Paul C. 
HILL, James P. 
HOWARD, James D 
HOWARD, Robert E. Jr. 
HUHN, Theodore A. 
HUNTER, Harold J. 
lANNAZZI, Domenic 
IDOL, Billy JoeSr. 
JACKSON, William C 
JENKINS, Burney R 
JOHNSON. Rae L 
JOHNSON, Reid O. 
JONES, John B. 
JONES, Spurgeon L Jr 
JOYNER, Robert L. 
KANAREK, Roberts. 
KERSEY, William Andy 
KINNARD, Robert F 
KNIGHT, Michael D. 
LAWSON. Leiand 
LEE, Charles J 
LEE, Greg 
LEE, William A 
LENTRY, Rick 
LESLIE, Bennett L. 
LESLIE, Jerry M. 
LEWIS, Joseph Catron 
LIGGETT, Ernest J. 
LOWE, William H. 
LYNN, Donald L. 
LYNCH, David A. 
McCLURE, Jerry T. 
McCORKLE, Bruce K 
McCOURT, Lowell A. 
McCOWAN, Connell 
McCRAY, Carl G 
McDANIEL. James B. 
McGOWAN, James E. 
McGRATH, John R 
McGRATH, Robert C 
McNEIL, Larry David 
MASTERSON, William Gary 
MAUPIN, Randall L. 
MEDLEY. Frank R. 
MEYER. James G 
MITCHELL. Glen C. 
MOODY. Joel D 
MORGAN. Charles B. Jr. 
MORGAN. Glenn W. 
MORRIS. Stephen W. 
MORSE. Russell E. 
MULLINS. Charles E. 
NICKELL. Duane"Red" 
NOLL. John T "Jack" 
O'BEIRNE. John Gregory 
OETJEN. Gregory 
ONKST. Glen Alan 
OSER. Larry 
OWENS. L Michael 
OWENS. Lamarce 
OWENS. Pete B. 
PACE. Kevin 
PALKO. Edward T. 
PINKERMAN, Charles C. 
PITTS, John L. 
PONCHOT, Joseph C. 
POWELL, Robert L. 
PURCELL, J, Kenneth 
RAINS, Everett Paul 
RAPP. Timothy 
REAMS. Frank E. 
REECE. Jerry T. 
RESS, Gary A 
RIFFE, Gary L 
RILEY, Jeffrey L. 
RILEY, Michael S, 
RILEY, Tim Ray 



ROARK, Jimmy W. 
ROUSE, Donald J. Jr. 
RUSSELL, Allen R 
SHELTON, James S. 
SHIELDS, Dane 
SHORT, Bill L. 
SHREVE, Rodham K. Jr. 
SKAGGS. Ronnie Ray 
SMITH, James B 
SMITH, Ronald A, 
SPRATLING. Obie L 
STARNES. Donald Scott 
STAYTON. Jeffrey P. "Hoss" 
STOUT. William E 
STRAIN, Andrew J. 
STRAUS, William W 
STUTLER, Joseph H. 
SWECKARD, Paul D. 
TACKETT, George 
TANDY, Samuel W. 
TIPTON, Ronald E. 
TIPTON, Steven W 



TURNER, Charles W 
VANDERMALE, John 
VICORY, Alan H Jr 
WADE, Charles O 
WALLANCE, Kevin U 
WARD, Tom A 
WASHER, Charles R 
WELLS, Theodore G 
WELTON, Donald L 
WESTHOFF, Greg J 
WETZEL. Ralph M 
WHALEN. Billy G 
WILLIAMS. Buford Jr 
WILLIAMS. James A. 
WILLIAMS. Terry R. 
WRAY. Robert E. 
WRAY. Robert F. 
YANCEY. Henry L. 
YOUNG, William F 
YOUNGREN, Duane Robert 
ZIRKLE, Roland E 



1980-81 VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS 
REGISTERED WITH K.H.S.A.A. 

If only one telephone number is given, it is the home phone 
unless otherwise designated If two numbers are listed, the first is 
that of the home phone. 

BAKER. Janice F.. 12504 Echo Bridge. Middletown 40243, 502/ 

6539, 812/945-2538 
BALDWIN, Dennis E,, 4605 Myrick Place, Valley Station 40272, 

935-0667 
BANCROFT, John F, 3911 Poplar Level Rd., Louisville 40213, 502/ 

451-6437, 367-6411 
BANCROFT, Mary Ann, 3911 Poplar Level Rd., Louisville 40213, 

502/451-6437 
BARRE, Nancy J., 717 Parkview Dr., Taylor Mill 41015, 606/491- 

2128, 781-3333 
BERGER, Joseph A, 9106 Brandywyne, Louisville 401 91, 502/239- 

4144, 459-9126 
BIRKENHAUER, Olivia A., 9 Sheridan Dr., Alexandria 41001, 635- 

2622 
BLAIR, Mary Gail, 152 Brandywine, Burlington 41005, 606/586- 

5665, 371-8656 
BLANFORD, Robert J., 5609 Bruns Dr., Louisville 40216, 502/447- 

4133, 366-5359 
BROWN, Ten J., 537 Rossford Ave., Ft Thomas 41075, 781-0220. 

261-5922 
CALDWELL, Linda S., 162 Clover Ridge, Ft Thomas 41075, 606/ 

441-1626, 261-2000 
CERVAK, Andrea L., #94 Blanding Tower, UK, Lexington 40526, 

258-2294 
DINGLE, William A, J, Jr , 739 Bishop Dr., Lexington 40505, 299- 

0812, 232-2023 
GARVEY, Ken M., 2618 Meadow Dr., Louisville 40220, 502/459- 

5077, 267-7486 
JANSEN. Jean A.. Rt. 6. Box 256. Shepherdsville 40165. 955-6159 
LEAHY. Tena M.. 1320 Homeview Dr.. Louisville 40215, 634-1344, 

448-4620 
MERCKER, George, 1017 Ky. Home Life BIdg., Louisville 40202, 

502/451-8399, 585-4251 
ONEY, Leo T. Jr., 1027 Raceland Ave,, Raceland 41169, 606/836- 

5550 
OSTING, Bonnie B,, 1221 Bates Ct., Louisville 40204, 451-2070, 

635-5283 
PATTERSON, John T.. 4826 Warbler Way. Louisville 40213. 502/ 

968-6720. 582-5575 
ROGERS. Eldridge. Route 7. Hopkinsville 42240, 502/269-2234, 

886-3921 
RYAN, Brenda L., 510 John's Hill Rd.. Highland Heights 41076. 

606/292-5374 
SCOTT. Garnet Ray, 218 Donna Dr., Hopkinsville42240, 886-7522, 

885-5355 
SILBERISEN, James W., 1010 Harmony Landing Rd., Prospect 

40059, 502/228-1010, 581-3438 
STOBER, Martha, 10123 Headley Hill, Louisville 40223, 425-5411 
THOMAN, Julie Ann, 510 John's Hill Rd., Highland Heights 41076, 

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TROVER. Stephen R., 260 Larch Lane, Lexington 40505, 506/252- 

2766, 232-4817 
TURNER, Susan, R.R. 5, Box 188, Butler 41006, 606/635-9006 
UMFRESS, Lynda, 2893 Richmond Rd , Lexington 40511, 266- 

6971, 987-2550 
WEILAND, Patricia J. 510 John's Hill Rd, Highland Heights 41076, 

292-5374 
WESSELING, Katie. 2852 Dry Ridge CL. Villa Hills. 41016. 331- 

6558. 342-7522 
WESTERMAN. Carol G,. 12 River Hill Rd.. Louisville 40207, 502/ 

895-1055 
WILLIAMS, James A., 112 Green Street. Horse Gave 42749, 502/ 

786-2867. 758-2214 X-35 
WYCHULIS. Beth 8,. 9809 Encino Ct.. Louisville 40223. 502/425- 

1368. 584-6145 
ZEMBRODT. Marilyn Ann. 22 Kathryn Dr.. Florence 41042. 606/ 

525-2167. 276-1191 



1980-81 SOCCER OFFICIALS 
REGISTERED WITH THE K.H.S.A.A. 

If only one telephone number is given, it is the home phone 
unless otherwise designated. If tv»o numbers are listed, the first is 
that of the home phone. 

BARRETT. Ted. 292 Riviera Court. Lexington 40511. 299-1516. 

232-2228 
BECK. Robert E . 7530 Merlyn Circle, Louisville 40214, 368-1965 
BROWN. C Murray, 2228 Markham Ct., Lexington 40504. 277- 

4944. 293-3458 
CARROLL, Wesley G. Jr., 3994 Toronto Ct., Lexington 40503. 272- 

6950. 233-4511 X-791 
COFFEY, Richard D , Oneida Baptist Institute, Oneida 40972, 847- 

4617,847-4111 
COHEN, Donald A., 3405 Fraserdale Dr., Lexington 40503, 277- 

6577, 272-3476 
DARLING, Brian K,, 429 Ky Home Lite BIdg., Louisville 40202, 

502/895-1881, 583-2687 
ELBERT, James F , 3605 Hycliff, Louisville 40207, 502/896-1274. 

245-8677 
ELKINS. Clarence F , 2942 Montavesta Rd., Lexington 40502, 266- 

7718, 293-3686 
HALCOMB, Randy J , Oneida Baptist Institute, Oneida 40972, 

Bus. 847-4111 
HECKEL.CharlesA. 1047 FraneimRd..Louisville40214, 368-3842, 

566-4382 
HOLZKNECHT, Thomas E., 7507 Waldwick Ct., Louisville 40258. 

935-2549, 367-0185 
McGAVIC, Ronald L., 2500 Martin Ave., Louisville 40216, 502/447- 

2170, 367-3490 
McGEE, John David, 315 Crescent Ct , Louisville 40206, 502/896- 

1844, 581-6024 
McNAY, James F„ 9602 Cochise Way, Louisville 40258, 935-9225, 

282-8244 
MAGSIG, Ronald H., 3081 Montavesta Rd., Louisville 40502, 266- 

5827. 232-4326 
MORRIS. John H., 2513 Canton St.. HopkinsviHe 42240, 886-1563 
MOWERY, Tom, 2398 Chauvin Dr., "B", Lexington 40502, 606/273- 

1205, 272-5313 
MURPHY, William E., 301 Fourth St., Corbin 40701, 528-4511 
MUSSER, Harvey A., Jr . Rt 5, Box 18, Berea 40403, 606/986-2047 
NAVARRTE. Marvin, Oneida Baptist Institute. Oneida 40972. 847- 

4438. 847-4111 
NOLTE. Jerry. 3824 Kittiwake Dr., Lexington 40502. 273-5202, 

252-1998 
O'BRIEN, Richard E II. 1245 Centre Pkwy. Apt. 408. Lexington 

40502. 273-2403. 258-8725 
ORSBORN, Richard Alan. 326 Stoneybrook Dr., Lexington 40503, 

272-3263, 254-3572 
PAYNE, Glen E.. 2232 Payne St.. Louisville 40206, 896-8409 
■POLLEY, Everett J., Jr., 10809 Oreland Mill Rd., Louisville 40229, 

964-2148, 966-9784 
PUGH, Robert B.. 913 Witthuhn Way. Lexington 40503. 223-2359, 

276-4421 
RAGSDALE, Randy B., 1733 Harold Ave., Louisville 40210, 502/ 

718/1387, 589-5440 
REINHARDT, Bruce N., 1332 Fontaine Rd., Lexington 40502, 606/ 

266-3642. 252-2291 
RUSTAY. Kim H . Rt. 2, Union Mill Rd., Nicholasville 40356, 887- 

1252, 254-2341 
SCHULZ, Kevin L., 3901 Brownlee Rd.. Louisville 40207. 502/896- 

4931,361-1040 



SHREVE, Rod, 2808 Mt. McKinley Way. Lexington 40502, 606/272- 

6758 
STARKE, Russell F., SBTS Box 1525, Louisville 40280, 897-1963, 

363-2166 
STEPHENS, Richard E., Oneida Baptist Institute. Oneida 40972, 

606/847-4537, 847-41 1 1 
TAURMAN, George M.. 2405 Wallace. Louisville 40205. 451-7513 
TAYLOR. Donald D., Sr., 1594 Belmar Dr., Louisville 40213, 454- 

0979, 637-6511 
WEAVER, Sarah E.. 703 Karly Ct . Louisville 40243, 502/245-7310 
WILLIAMS, James A.. 112 Green St.. Horse Cave 42749. 502/786- 

2867. 758-2214, X-35 
YAMADA, Earl M.. 5630-A Conroy Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121. 624-7704. 

624-1955 



1980-81 FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 
REGISTERED WITH THE K.H.S.A.A. 

If only one telephone number is given for an official listed, it is 
the home phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are 
listed, the first is that of the home phone. 

ADAMS, James R. — 1537 Highland Way, Bowling Green 42101 — 

781-3875 
AITKEN, Kenneth P — P.O. Box 795 Owingsville 40360 — 674- 

6897. 674-6416 
ALDRIDGE. James R. — 119 Edgewood Rd.. Radcliff 40160 — 351- 

9689. 351-3181 
ALDRIDGE. Michael J. — 302 Western Ave.. Cynthiana 41031 — 

606/234-6322. 606/234-5032 
ALLEN. James E.— 3405 Emerald Dr.. LouisviMe40299 — 502/267- 

0216 
ALLEN. James H. — 1 49 E. Broadway. Madisonville 42431 — 502/ 

821-2911. 821-3006 
ALLISON. Richard G. — 212 Ponder Way. Jetfersonville IN 47130 

— 812/288-5133. 256-3301 

ALMAND. David F, — 214 Liberty St.. Franklin 42134 — 502/586- 

5475 
AMMERMAN. Robert P. — 305 E. Pleasant St.. Cynthiana 41031 — 

234-6381 . 252-3439 
ANDERS, Raleigh A — Rt. 4 Box 372C. Keavy 40737 — 864-4060, 

528-3912 
ANGELUCCI, Armand Jr. — 304 Culpepper Rd.. Lexington 40502 

— 266-6316 

ARFLIN. Tracy T. — 369 S, Atcher St.. Radcliff 40160 — 502/351 - 

6226,624-3311 
ARNOLD, Kenneth P — 100 Boyden Ct , Danville 40422 — 236- 

8396. 236-3217 
ARTHUR, Paul E. —6019 Miller Rd.. Huntington WV 25702 — 304/ 

736-9754, 739-5742 
ASH, Lee Roy — 3929 Leiand Rd., Louisville 40207 — 897-7357, 

561-2394 
ASH, Mikie L. — 2667 Delta Ct., Radcliff 40160 — 351-1893, 624- 

5652 
ASHER, Noah Michael — 105 Walnut St., Berea 40403 — 606/986- 

2173, 986-8411 
AUSTIN, Dwight Lea — 1220 E. 15th St., Bowling Green 42101 — 

502/781-0353. 781-3225 
BAIRD.JamesH— Box 503. Pineville 40977 — 248-4160,248-1280 
BACK. Lee Jr.— 203 Field St.. Cumberland 40823 — 606/589-4780, 

848-4321 
BACKERT, John A. — 3507 Autumn Way, Louisville 40218 — 451- 

5505 
BALDWIN, Dennis E. — 4605 Myrick Place, Valley Station 40272 — 

935-0667 
BALEY, Buffy F. — 7520G 70thTk. Bn., Ft. Knox 40121 —674-2670. 

674-4251 
BALL. Charles Philip — Box 991, Middlesboro 40965 — 606/248- 

4806. 248-2125 
BARBOUR. R. Barry — 3481 Bathurst Ct., Lexington 40503 — 278- 

0144, 873-9111 
BARKER, David H. — General Delivery. Bulan 41722 — 606/642- 

3078, 439-1327 
BARKER, Norman D. — Bulan 41722 — 251-2878 
BARNEY. Gregory R. — 120 Forest Dr., Radcliff 40160 — 502/351- 

1379. 624-4646 
BARNOTT. John R. — 2436 LaRochelle Rd.. Lexington 40504 — 

254-3188, 255-3612 
BARNHILL,E Carl — 416 Columbia Way, Bowling Green 42101 — 

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BARRETT, Richard A, — 706 N. 25th St . Middlesboro 40965 — BROWN. Herman G. — Rt 1. Box 108. Bagdad 40003 — 502/747- 

606/248-6325. 248-1371 8991, 633-2040 

BARRY, Daniel K. — 4809 Redwing Way, Louisville 40213 — 968- BROWN, J. W, "Scoop" — 975 Waverly Dr , Lexington 40505 — 

1788, 637-5443 X-254 254-1940, 255-0835 

BARTH, Donald Keith — 138 Fourth St., Dayton 41074 — 581 -4559, BROWN. Paul Edward — 2504 Larkin Rd, #287. Lexington 40503 — 

513/681-7900 606/276-3268, 278-6033 

BARTLETT, Charles W. — 2303 Chateaugay Loop. Owensboro BROWN. Wendell — 513 W, 16th St , London 40741 — 864-2372, 

42301 — 684-5472, 926-8686 878-8900 

BATES, Curtis E. — Box 726. Mayfield 42066 — 502/247-7023, BRYAN, Francis D — Rt 4 Canonero Ct,, Elizabethtown 42701 — 

247-2734 502/737-2393 

BATES, James Ralph — Box 2, Ermine 41815 — 606/633-7158, BRUMMETT, Don — 6110 Six Mile Lane, Louisville 40218 — 502/ 

832-6222 491-6087.812/944-5455 

BATTERTON, Keith — Old Danville Rd,. Harrodsburg 40330 — BUCKLEY, Robert S. Jr. — 933 Washington, Flatwoods 41139 — 

606/734-9624. 734-4255 606/836-8275. 329-5583 

BAUMAN, LawrenceCease — 950 Templin Ave.. Bardstown 40004 BULLOCK. James D — Rt, 4. Box 66. Madisonville 42431 — 502/ 

— 348-6081 825-0788.812/464-9579 

BELL, Clarence T. — 3812 Meadow Haven Rd., Louisville40218— BUNCH, Lawrence O. — General Delivery, Williamsburg 40769 — 

491-2846, 582-6034 606/549-1544, 878-7311 

BELL, Ronald Keith — 239 Tucker Station Rd., Middletown 40243 BUNDY. Gerald W — 525 Manchester St . Barbourville 40906 — 

— 502/245-6036. 893-2577 546-8679. 546-3404 

BELL. Russell G- — 157 Sunset Dr.. Frankfort 40601 — 502/695- BURCHETT, James B, — Box 147. Prestonsburg 41653 — 874- 

1353. 564-2350 2324. 886-3836 

BERNARDINI, Bruno — 203 Taft Dr. Clarksville TN 37040 — 615/ BURGAN. Eric A — Highland Ave . Corbin 40701 —606/528-2249, 

552-1507.798-4917 528-5851 

BLACK. Charles D. Jr. — 138 Pine St . Barbourville 40906 — 606/ BURKE, David Dean — #31 Scotland Woods. Georgetown 40324 — 

546-5348 502/863-2390. 254-0556 

BLACKFORD. RobertL—414DayflowerCt.Edgewood41018— BURGESS. Blair D — 5315-D Gardner Ave . Ft Knox 40121 — 

606/341-3846.341-3849 624-7965 

BLEMKER, Ray — 2363 Dundee Dr., Henderson 42420 — 502/ BURGESS. Oley J Sr — 1708 Sycamore. Kenova WV 25530 — 

826-8330.812/423-6871 453-2593 

BOCOOK. Earl — 1102 Beech St.. Kenova WV 25530 — 453-1810 BURKEEN. Phillip C — 659 Wakefield. Bowling Green 42101 — 
BOGAR. Joseph D. — Box 152. Hardy 41531 — 606/353-9540. 502/842-4182 

353-7241 X-35 BURNS. Ralph E. — 408 Raven Crest, Frankfort 40601 —502/695- 
BOND, Terry Lee — 1 1 Circle Dr , Crestview 41076 — 441-0723 3080, 564-5971 

BORDERS. Gary A — 104 S. Third St .Apt 207, Bardstown 40004 BURNS. Raymond G Jr. — 4928 Determine. Louisville 40216 — 

— 348-4179.348-9281 502/447-5280 

BOSSE. Raymond C. — 1378 Vidot Ct . Ft Wright 41011 — 331- BURRUS. Lee Roy Jr - 3808 Stigwood Ct.. Louisville 40218 — 

3363. 431-6374 502/499-6788. 722-8862 

BOTTLES. Donald W. — 1014 Pawnee Dr . Elizabethtown 42701 — BURTON. James E, — 308 S Broadway. Providence 42450 — 667- 

502/765-7289. 765-7213 2296 

BOTTOMS. William E. — Box 164. Prestonsburg 41653 — 606/ BUTLER. Ronald — 308 S. 43rd St . Louisville 40212 — 778-2526 

886-6608, 886-2727 GARDEN, Michael H — 617 North 6th SL. Mayfield 42066 — 502/ 
BOWDEN, James A. — Rt. 1. Box 153. Barbourville 40906 247-6578. 443-6238 

BOYLES. Jerry F. — 2407 Hillcrest Rd . Ashland 41101 — 606/ CARLSON, David A. — 2916 Washington, Paducah 42001 —502/ 

324-6995, 329-41 18 444-7943. 444-631 1 X-435 

BOZARTH. Perry E. — 3258 Pepperhill Road. Lexington 40502 — CARMICHAEL. Steven G. — 335 Transylvania Park. Lexington 

266-0015.252-0343 40508-254-8987 

BRACHER. David R. - RR #1, Gentryville IN 47537 - 812/362- CARR. Billy W. -507 Meadowlawn. Franklin 42134 - 586-6910. 

7649: 853-4472 586-3261 

BRADFORD. Robert L. — 21 Tom Terrace. Ft Thomas 41075 — CARR. Larry — 929 Palomino Dr . Villa Hills 41016 — 341-9276, 

781-1217. 753-5567 243-6080 

BRADY. Danny T. — 85 Arcadia Ave . Ft, Mitchell 41017 — 606/ CASSADY. Glenn Homer — Box 52. Inez 41224 — 606/298-3912, 

341-4278.513/242-1818 395-5342 

BRAMBLE. James L. — 480 Doncaster Ct.. Lexington 40505 — GATES. Rickey — Rt 5. Box 81. Morganfield 42437 — 333-5525 

606/299-5750. 278-9355 CECIL. Roger — Box 401. Hazard 41701 — 436-6644 

BRAMLETT. Joe L — 141 Vanderbilt Dr. Lexington 40503 — CHAFFIN. John B — Rt, 4. Longview Subd. Russellville 42276 — 

255-3550. 272-3955 726-8836. 726-6434 

BRAMMELL. Keith — Box 231. Grayson 41143 — 474-7031 CHATTIN. Ernest P — 615 Seventeenth St.. Ashland 41101 — 
BRANHAM. James A — 660 Kingston Rd.. Lexington 40505 — 324-2665 

299-9452. 255-7057 CHEPONIS. George J. — Murray State University. Murray 42071 — 
BRANHAM, W. F. — 3124 Dale Hollow Dr.. Lexington 40502 — 502/759-4167. 762-3821 

266-2891 . 254-6630 CLARK. Dennis R. — Box 448. Barbourville40906 — 606/546-6441 , 
BRANSOM. Ben P, Jr - 3885 SunDart, Lexington 40503 — 606/ 546-4171 

272-7250. 276-1461 CLARK. John E. — 3359 Coldstream Dr . Lexington 40502 — 272- 
BRANSTETTER. Charles E — 1410 Circle Dr., Bowling Green 0856 

42101 — 782-2671. 781-0351 CLARK. Owen B — 1301 Fairfax Way. Georgetown 40324 — 502/ 
BRAUSCH. Charles J. — 117 Westview Dr.. Bardstown 40004 — 863-0854, 863-3719 

502/348-3218, 348-3991 CLARK, William S, III —801 James Garrard Dr, Owensboro 42301 
BREEDEN. Alan G. — 402 Kenny Blvd.. Louisville 40214 — 363- _ 926-1512. 683-5756 

0459 CLAYTON. Noel B. — 1 125 19th St., Tell City, IN 47586 — 81 2/547- 
BREEGLE, Bruce M. — 1536 Chestnut St.. Bowling Green 42101 8147, 502/926-9251 

— 842-0778, 843-1814 CLAYWELL. Sam R. — 140 Parkside Circle. Vine Gfove 40175 — 
BRENNENSTUHL. Jim — Box 101. Pleasant View 40769 — 606/ 877-0253. 624-1541 

549-9486, 549-2463 CLEMENTS, William P. Jr —605GreenridgePI. . Henderson42420 
BREWER. Jerry — Box 8. Bonnyman 417 19 — 436-6200, 436-3155 _ 826-3878. 826-3102 

BREWER. Lloyd — Box 238, Combs 41729 - 436-6672. 436-3155 CLEMMONS. Sam P -3351 Cove Lake Apt. 51, Lexington 40502 
BREWER. Preston E — 1115 Catherine. Metropolis IL 62960 — _ 266-2283. 253-3441 

618/524-7050. 524-4315 CLEMSON. F. Christopher - 968-B N, 37thSt,. Paducah 42001 — 
BROCK, Jack W. — Rt. 7, Clay's Ferry Estates, Richmond 40475 — 502/444-9665. 395-41 51 

606/623-5158. 259-3456 CLINE, Nick L. — 5505 Whispering Hills Blvd.. Louisville 40219 — 
BROCKMAN. Mark D. — 7519-8 70th Tank Bn Ave . Fort Knox 964-0214 

"0121 CLUSKY, Joe — Box 294, Matewan WV 25678 — 304/426-4103, 
BROWN, Gregg C. —623 N. 31st St , Paducah 42001 —442-5158, 426-4401 

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COLE, Robert J. Jr. — 201 Patchen Dr. #79. Lexington 40511 — 

267-8145, 269-9303 
COLEMAN, Louis H. Jr. — 4207 Wooded Way, Louisville 4021 9 — 

969-0982, 584-0201 
COLLEY, Lynn W. — 906 Elizabetti Dr., Hopkinsville 42240 — 885- 

1353, 886-4463 
COLLINS, Ronald K. — 2590 Buttermilk, Villa Hills 41017 — 341- 

0578, 513/421-9989 
COLTHARP, Paul G. — 4232 Forest Ave., Paducah 42001 — 502/ 

443-1982, 443-7571 
COMBS, Harold A — General Delivery, Jeff 41751 — 439-1271, 

436-681 1 
COMBS, Ira Delano — Box 237, Jeff 41 751 — 606/436-3002, 436- 

6811 
CONLEY, J B. — 1916 Blackburn, Asfiland 41 101 —606/324-9141 
CONLEY, Mark R. — 3217 E. Holt St., Ashland 41101 —606/325- 

3351 , 325-8426 
CONLIN, Martin T. — 508 St. Josepfi Lane #46, Park Hills 41 Oil — 

431-6395, 291-2268 
COOK, Chandlar D. — Box 1 1 , Corbin 40701 — 523-0903, 528-6838 
COPPINGER, Allen III — 207 Summit Dr., Middlesboro 40965 — 

248-4196, 248-1371 
CORBETT, Jofin Byron — 201 Soutfi Elm Grove, Bardstown 40004 

— 502/348-2155, 348-3953 
CORNELISON, Michael R — Box 7, Berea 40403 — 986-9568, 

233-2557 
COTHEHN, Rick D. - 608 Village Dr., Franklin 42134 - 782- 

1665, 782-2700 
COTTLE, Timothy A. — 1 552 Hogan St., Portsmouth, OH 45662 — 

614/353-6012 
COUCH, William J. Jr — Rt. 2, Box 94, Danville 40422 — 236-4807, 

236-9220 
COX, Mike — Wooton 41776 — 279-4268, 439-1460 
COX. Robert W. — 7208 S. Watterson Trail, Fern Creek 40291 — 

502/239-0978, 456-3131 
CRAFT, Albert B — 1606 Meadowthorpe, Lexington 40505 — 254- 

5365, 255-8600 
CRAFT, Robert E. — Box 625, South Shore 41175 — 932-4018 

932-3131 X-221 
CRITTENDEN, Fred M — 9028-C Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121 — 

624-5959, 624-8440 
CROLEY, Jerry W. — Box 478, Williamsburg 40769 — 606/549- 

4367, 549-1234 
CROSS, Hugh W — Rt. 1, Box 160H, Radcllff 40160 — 351-6156, 

624-5740 
CRUTCHER, James Marion — Rt 1, Box 294, Irvington 40146 — 

502/536-3476, 547-4491 
CRUTCHER, John M. — 270 N. Deepwood Dr., Radcliff 40160 — 

351-9140, 624-1926 
CRUTCHER, Paul M. — Rt. 1, Box 148, Ekron 40117 — 828-3745, 

624-8349 
CUNDIFF, Richard K — 100 Country Club Dr, Somerset 42501 — 

606/678-5601, 678-5279 
CURRENT, Ellis Ray — 3006 Montavesta Dr , Lexington 40502 — 

266-2877, 272-3311 
CURRENT, Robert O — 3593 Pimlico Pkwy.. Lexington 40502 — 

606/272-3052 
DAVIDSON, Charles Robert — 2404 Mammoth Way, Jefferson- 
town 40299 — 267-0413 
DAVIDSON, Harlan Jr. — Box 52, Hazard 41701 — 606/436-6147, 

666-7581 
DAVIS, Larry Wayne — Box 2, Barbourville 40906 — 606/546-5639 
DAVIS, Mark A — Rt 3, Horse Cave 42749 — 786-1 703, 786-2829 
DAVIS, Ralph C — 1326 S. 7th St , Ironton, OH 45638 — 614/532- 

8606, 532-8743 
DAVIS, William Thomas — 5112 Barnes Dr., Louisville 40219 — 

964-4754, 452-3722 
DAY, Richard W. — 395 Redding Rd. #199, Lexington 40502 — 273- 

3849, 233-4868 
DEAN, Rober L — CPO 567, Berea 40404 — 986-8326, 986-3131 
DEAVER, Milford E. — 5326-A Fisher Ave., Ft. Knox 40121 —624- 

4575, 624-8530 
DELANEY, William T — 7501 Parliament Ct., West Chester, OH 

45069 — 513/777-1732 
DEMORET. Bruce K — 7768 Bridgegate Ct , Florence 41042 — 

727-2913, 283-1100 
DEMPSEY, Glenn T. — #3 Justice Dr., Frankfort 40601— 695-4851, 

232-2495 
DENHAM, Edward G — Rt. 5, Box 483, Berea 40403 — 986-1138, 

623-5121 
DENTON, William J. — 6709 Seminole Ave., Louisville 40214 — 

366-1122, 582-9522 
DeSENSI, W C — 7306Stonemill Ct., Louisville 40291 —502/239- 

2760, 774-4421 



DeSENSI, William Dino — 4724 Ouinn Dr., Louisville 40216 — 447- 

6582 
DEWEES, William L. — 7007 Asby Lane, Louisville 40272 — 935- 

8724 
DICKENS, William D. — 313 Beacon Hill, Nicholasville 40356 — 

885-6727, 276-1570 
DICKISON, Stephen — Box 71, South Shore 41175 — 932-4631, 

836-9222 
DINGLE, William A. J. Jr. — 739 Bishop Dr., Lexington 40505 — 

299-0812, 232-2023 
DIZNEY, William Curtis — 412 Master St., Corbin 40701 — 523- 

0514 
DODSON, Anthony — 5490-H Jamison St., Ft. Knox 40121 — 502/ 

624-3793 
DONOGHUE, Terrance P — 144 Crescent Dr., Florence 41 042 — 

283-1069,371-2424 
DORMAN, Byron Todd — 623 Gun Powder Dr., Florence41042 — 

283-2482 
DOSSETT, Mac — Rt. 4, Whippoorwill Dr., Marion 42064 — 965- 

2804, 965-3866 
DOWNS, Gilbert — 305 Charlestown Ct., Louisville 40243 — 245- 

3602, 245-4161 
DOWNS, Joseph W — 121 Parkview, Bardstown 40004 — 348- 

5123, 348-3991 
DOYLE. Danny K — 128 McCready Ave., Louisville 40206 — 895- 

6515, 776-4651 
DRAKE, Richard R. — 72 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas 41075 — 441- 

4235 
DROZ, Lee A. — P.O. Box 19, Inez 41224 — 298-3712, 395-5348 

5348 
DRURY, Oscar Norman— 681 Berry Lane, Lexington 40502 — 266- 

3242, 272-8631 
DUCKER, Larry K. — 742'/2 N. Broadway, Lexington 40502 — 272- 

6421 
DUFF, Kenneth 0. — R.R. 1, Box 466, Hazard 41701 — 436-5429 
DUFF, William C. Jr. — 154 Goodrich Ave., Lexington 40503 — 

277-0524, 278-6026 
DUNAGAN, Edward A. — 505 Augustus Ave., Louisville 40217 — 

634-8766, 459-1030 X-243 
DUNIGAN, Bradley T — 1418 Walnut St., Benton 42025 — 527- 

9377, 395-7636 
DUPIN, Jackie H. — 308 Central Ave., Elizabethtown 42701 — 769- 

3668, 765-7175 
DURDEN, John R — Rt. 1 , Box 126-A, Cerulean 42215 — 885-8847, 

886-4464 
DURHAM, Tom — 137 Lantern Way, Nicholasville 40356 — 223- 

1727, 255-3612 X-229 
DUVALL, Robert Lee Jr. — 100 Kelley Drive, Glasgow 42141 —651- 

9609, 651-2256 
DYEHOUSE, James F, Jr. —3462 Boston Rd, Lexington 40503 — 

278-1620, 253-0621 
EASLEY, Dan — Rt. 3, Nashville 40356 — 885-9613 
EASTERLY,C. Thomas — 210 W. Stalest, Frankfort 40601 —223- 

5488, 875-3407 
ELDRI DGE, Wayne R, P.O. Box 98, Science Hill 42553 — 423-3495, 

678-8161 
ELKIN, Larry — 102 Whippoorwill Dr., Edgewood 41018 — 341- 

4766, 922-0100 
ELLIOTT, Jerry O. — 805 Barbourville St., Corbin 40701 — 528- 

6579, 528-5311 
ELLISON, Ronald — 106 Brown Rd., Verona 41092 — 485-4536, 

485-4536 
ELOVITZ, Carl J. — 1920 Spring Grove Ave., Lexington 40504 — 

277-3994, 873-3691 
EMMONS, Guy W III — Rt. 2, 51 Oakridge Dr., Lanesville. IN 47136 

- 812-952-3850, 367-1781 
EPLEY, John H. Jr. — Rt. 7, Box 374, Bowling Green 42101 — 842- 

8668, 781-1425 
EPPERSON, James F — 2200 Richmond Rd., #339, Lexington 

40502 — 266-9497, 254-9341 
ESTES, Walter R — 5736 Graham Ln., Owensboro 42301 — 281- 

5609, 729-4052 
ETIENNE, Donald H., Star Rt., Box 296, Magnet 47555 — 812-843- 

5265, 812-547-2316 
EVANS, James J. — P.O. Box 886, Calvert City 42029 — 395-8288, 

395-4181 X-223 
EVANS, Alvin — 305 Rose St., Jellico, Tenn. 37762 — 615-784- 

7636, 784-6420 
EVANS, Ronnie B., 521 Short White Oak Rd., Russell 41 169 — 836- 

1709, 325-8456 
EWEN, George D , 2082 Rambler Rd., Lexington 40503 — 278- 

6235, 254-2346 
EWING, Roger G. — 3205 Kings Court, Bardstown 40004 — 348- 

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FARMER, Garland R, — Rt. 1, Leesburg Farms, Cynthiana 41 031 — 

234-1802, 252-3439 
FAY, John C —329 Wilson Downing Rd., Lexington 40503 — 272- 

6182. 255-7756 
FELTNER, Danny Ray — R.R. 2, Box 151-A, Hazard 41701 —436- 

5152. 436-3755 
FERRELL. Ronnie D,. Box 2500, Williamson, WV 25661 — 237- 

1344, 304-235-2323 
FERRIS. Mark R. — 609 Locust Ln , Louisville 40213 — 636-0804. 

566-9471 
FINCK. Dennis Ray — 2618 Pindell Ave., Louisville 40217 — 244- 

1041 — 458-1500 
FISCHER, Gerald Wayne — 9005 Moonglow Ave,, Louisville 40258 

— 502-937-6963, 502-584-1218 

FISH, LeIandG, — 118 Burnett Ave , Lexington 40505 — 255-9905, 

233-2535 
FLIEHMAN, JohnR — ChloeRd , Pikeville41501 —432-8319.432- 

1461 
FOGLE. Gary — Route 2. Box 141. Loretto 40037 — 348-8680 
FOSTER. Berryman E — 927 Waverly Dr.. Lexington 40505 — 

255-7374. 233-2535 
FOWLER. Gary O — 855 Yuma Ct.. Bowling Green 42101 — 781- 

1468. 781-5670 
FRALEY. Charlie L — 9057 E Young St . Ft, Knox 40121 — 624- 

3860. 624-3350 
FRANK. Joseph Gary — 1 12 Sixth Ave . Dayton 41 074 — 431-0347. 

351-5800 
FRAZER. Tom Roe — Route 1 . Box 321 . Sturgis42459 — 333-4412. 

333-4672 
FRIEDMAN. Charles M —4502 Fegenbush Lane. Louisville 40218 

— 499-8861. 582-1645 

FRYREAR. Bill P — 204 Lanark Dell. Middletown 40243 — 245- 

0354. 452-4757 
FUCHS. Charles — 704 Fifth Ave . Dayton 41074 — 581-6080 
FURLONG. William E — 3320 Grandview Ave . Louisville 40207 — 

895-4755. 582-5108 
FUTRELL. Keith M — 4020 Rudy Martin Dr . Owensboro 42301 — 

683-4336. 683-9061 
GALLAHER. Jack F — 2947 Adams Ave . Ashland 41101 — 325- 

2420. 324-2142 
GAMMON. William H — 158 Deering Ct . Russell 41169 — 836- 

1474. 329-3633 
GANN. Ronnie W. — Rt 13, Box 58, Bowling Green 42101 —781- 

7741, 782-2900 X-267 
GARCIA, Chencho — 416 Edgewood Dr , Nicholasville 40356 — 

887-2679, 887-2426 
GARRETT, Bland H III — 1 13 Venetion Way, Bardstown 40004 — 

348-2656, 348-9042 
GASTINEAU, Joby A III — 121 Todds Rd. #150, Lexington 40509 

— 266-6123, 272-3115 

GATTUSO, James F — P O, Box 149, Justice, WV 24851 — 304/ 

664-8589 
GELBKE, Gilbert M. — 840 Alexandria Pike. Ft Thomas 41075 — 

781-2273. 542-6603 
GENTRY. Dale J. — 6301 Oak Valley Dr.. Louisville 40214 — 447- 

5981, 637-7717 
GETTLER, John F — 705 Providence Rd., Lexington 40502 — 266- 

4801. 255-0835 
GILES. Frank H. Jr. — 1875 Pensacola. Lexington 40504 — 278- 

3030. 252-9414 
GILKERSON. Pat H — R 1. Box 117. Prichard. WV 25555 — 486- 

5291. 525-7611 
GILLIAM. Randy — 1379 Bordeaus, Lexington 40504 — 252-4581 
GILLUM, James E — 704 Bellefonte, Ashland 41101 — 325-0481, 

324-3194 
GOBER, John S. — 204 Morningside Dr., Clarksville. TN 37040 — 

648-2731. 798-4006 
GOBLE. Kenneth R, Sr — 530 Appleton Ave,. Clarksville. TN 37040 

— 647-2969. 648-4343 

GOBLE. Ken Jr. — 530 Appleton Ave.. Clarksville. TN 37040 — 61 5/ 

647-2969. 648-4343 
GODBEY, Tom — Rt 3. Box 98-A. Catlettsburg 41129 — 324-6724 
GORE. Bailey — 1603 Sunset, Murray 42071 —753-8509.762-6285 
GORHAM. Barry W —1211 E, Cooper Dr., Lexington 40502 — 266- 

3978, 259-1331 
GOUR, Robert A, — PC. Box 1409. Bowling Green 42101 — 843- 

9582. 842-8177 
GRAAS, Oscar L. — P.O. Box 91166. Louisville 40291 —426-6340 
GRAHAM, James E. — 2517 Jackson St., Ashland 41101 — 324- 

8169. 329-7733 
GRAHAM. John A. — 125 Louisiana Ave., Lexington 40502 — 266- 

1963 
GRAVES, Ricky L. — 237-A Berger Rd.. Paducah 42001 — 443- 

0390, 442-8322 



GRAYSON. Donald Lee — Rt. 7. Box 121. Ashland 41 101 —928- 

6850 
GREEN. Donald P. — P O Box 782. Mayfield 42066 — 247-6038. 

247-6445 
GREENWELL. Robert A — 4114 Wimpole Rd . Louisville 40218. 

491-4696. 426-2566 
GREFER.ThomasJ — 65GeigerAve .Bellevue41073--491-3219. 

261-8655 
GRIFFIN. Powell Lynn — 203 Club Oak Ct.. Louisville 40223. 245- 

8188. 1-800-241-3930 
GRIMES. Kelly E — 3013 Sanford Dr . Lexington 40503. 272-2942 
GROSS. Joseph B. — 2206 Coburn Blvd. Apt. 4. l.exington 40502 

— 269-4254. 252-2661 

GUMBLE. Arthur E — 724 St Mathews. Taylor Mill 41015 — 431- 

2905. 352-7773 
GUNNING. Mickey — 106 Shelton St . Vine Grove 40175 — 877- 

5633, 842-2475 
GUTTERMAN, James D— 2925 WinterhavenRd, Louisville 40220 

— 491-3046 

GUY, Newton Sill — Box 774, Harlan 40831 — 573-4684, 573-4707 
HACKETT, Wilbur L. Sr. — 1472 Olive. Louisville 40210 — 772- 

0493. 452-4109 
HADDEN. Newell P Jr. — Route 1, Stanford 40484 — 792-3411 
HADDIX. Daniel E — 437"! Court St . Jackson 41339 — 666-4093 
HAGAN. Michael J — 9104 Catania Dr . Louisville 40299 — 449- 

1168. 964-2303 
HAINLINE. Charles — Rt #10 Millstone Dr.. Richmond 40475 — 

623-4779. 623-9376 
HALL. Charles E — R.R 1 Winterhawk, Danville 40422 — 236-881 1 , 

236-2604 
HALL. Paul E — McRoberts 41835 — 832-2738 
HAMBY. Thomas E — 201 Gateway Lane, Hopkinsville 42246 — 

885-9980, 885-9491 
HAMILTON, Daniel — 73 Flintlock Dr , Burlington 41005 — 586- 

7271. 525-1313 
HAMM. Michael R. — 7309-B Gardner Hills. Ft Campbell 42223 — 

431-6945. 798-4720 
HAMMOCK. Don L — 8501 Wooded Glen Ct., Louisville 40220 — 

491-1744, 585-1464 
HAMMONS, George F — Box 283, Barbourville40906 — 546-6449, 

546-5859 
HANCOCK, Norbert E. — 400 Kinnaird. Louisville 40243 — 245- 

6847. 244-0040 
HARRIS. David L — P O Box A. Bardstown 40004 — 348-5733, 

348-3311 
HATFIELD, James G. — Rt 2. Box 16G. Bardstown 40004 — 348- 

6749. 543-2221 
HATFIELD. Paul R — Rt 5. Box 9868. Pikeville41501 —432-3888 
HAUSMAN. Stanley C, Jr — 1040 Cross KeysRd.. #86, Lexington 

40502 — 276-3157 
HAWKINS, Donald H. — Rt #2, Vine Grove 40175 — 828-3631, 

828-2125 
HAWKINS, Stewart D. — Broadway. Chaplin 40012 — 673-3436, 

348-3991 
HAEBERLIN, Bill Sr — 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods41139 — 

836-6915, 329-7253 
HAEBERLIN, Bob — P.O Box 42, Pedro, OH 45659 — 532-8529, 

836-9681 X-220 
HAEBERLIN, William S Jr. — 3223 b. Holt St., Ashland 41 101 — 

329-1584 
HEAD. Lon E, — 417 Barton Mill. Corbin 40701 — 528-0977. 528- 

2390 
HELTON. Leslie — 4807 Margo Ave . Louisville 40258 — 935-0850. 

897-3151 
HENDERSON. Charles A. — 114 Windsor Dr.. Hopkinsville 42240 

— 886-2404. 886-4444 

HENDON. John M. — 775 Chickasaw Dr.. Madisonville 42431 — 

821-7289. 821-5242 
HENRY, William Barry — 2040-A Creason. Bowling Green 42101 

— 782-0848, 842-5881 

HENSON. Paul C. — 3500 Laredo. Apt. #106, Lexington 40502 — 

273-2678, 233-5743 
HERINGHAUS, Joe — 199 Kenton St.. Bromley 41016 — 581-6215. 

221-5600 
HILL. James P. — 2338 Carter Rd. #6, Owensboro 42301 — 926- 

1376. 684-0448 
HILLNER, John David — 209 Sparrow. Elsmere 4101 8 — 342-6046. 

431-1063 
HILLYER. Charles L. — 201 Dalewood Dr., Clarksville, TN 37040 

— 615-647-7525. 502-798-3015 

HIXON, Carl E. — 103 Mayfair Dr.. Mayfield 42066 — 247-2930. 

247-1621 
HOFFMAN, Thomas A. — 812 Dalewood Dr.. Villa Hills 41017 — 

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HOLBROOK, John F. — Box 1086, Whitesburg 41858 — 633-4310, KINNARD, Robert F. — 2349 Shandon Dr , Lexington 40505 — 

328-2379 299-2083, 232-6140 

HOLLAND, James Thomas — 1709 Barnard Way, Bowling Green KIRKLAND, John Drew — P.O. Box 684. Owensboro 42301 —926- 

42101 — 782-1314, 781-6004 2488, 684-1404 

HOLT, Howard E. — Gen. Del., Cox's Creek 40013 — 348-8342 KINSLOW, Bill — 600 Hedgewood Dr., Franklin 42134 — 586-8620, 

HOLZKNECHT, Thomas E. — 7507 Waldwick Ct., Louisville 40258 586-4451 

— 935-2549, 367-0185 KIRK, Charles F. — P.O. Box 543, Cumberland 40823 — 589-2086, 

HOPSON, James E—Rt. 1, Box 918-M, Pikeville41501, 631-1933, 837-2849 

432-1 461 KIRK, Jerry R. — Rt. 1 , G.D., Partridge 40862 — 589-2776, 633-4422 

HORNE, Gary Lester — 151 Todds Rd. #442, Lexington 40509 — KIRK, Mark E. — 176 Lulu St., Ashland 41101 — 324-2286 

269-7935 KIRKLIN, Luther R. — Sunny Acres, Harlan 40831 — 573-2195, 

HORSMAN, Bill — 2902 S. 5th St., Louisville 40208 — 637-1201, 573-2210 

964-3301 KLOSTERMAN, John C. — 304 Adela Ave., Ludlow 41016 — 431- 

HOUCHENS, Tom M — 220 Chippewa Ln., London 40741 — 864- 6948, 632-2758 

9075, 864-2136 KLUSMAN, Carl J. Jr. — 3004 Redmont Dr., Louisville 40205 — 

HOWARD, James D. — General Del., Loyall 40854 — 573-4752, 459-0581, 634-1531 X-290 

573-4520 KNIGHT, Michael D — 4005 Deldres #4, Shively 40216 — 448-0974 

HOWARD, Robert E. Jr. — 5431-A Gilkey St., Ft, Knox 40121 — KIRDENBROCK, Joseph S. — 106 Hart Dr., Hebron 41048 — 689- 

624-2709, 624-3440 7190, 371-2900 

HUBBARD, John Douglas — 117 E. Stephen Foster, Bardstown KOUNS, Robert H. — Box 582, South Shore 41175 — 932-4540, 

40004 — 348-3007,348-6457 473-9812 

HUHN, Theodore A. — 2340 Lansdowne Ave., Louisville 40217 — KUSTER, Thomas T. — 2902 White Plains Rd., Louisville40218 — 

637-8847, 636-1466 491-3979, 582-2431 X-203 

HUNTER, James E — 4219 Naneen Dr , Louisville 40216 — 367- LAMBERT, Irvin G — 6412 Fern Crest, Louisville 40291 — 239- 

1361,587-3591 4996,459-0382 

HUNTER, Harold J — 1492 Catalpa Dr , Radcliff 40160 — 351- LANDERS, John Frank — 222 Old Orchard Rd., Clarksville, TN — 

5671, 624-6236 37040 — 647-2656, 798-7504 

lANNAZZI, Domeric — 602 Pennsylvania Ave , Apt. 4, Elizabeth- LANG, Dean Edward — 3345 Post Rd , Apt. 57, Lexington 40503 — 

town 42701 — 769-5782, 624-1434 276-4592, 277-981 1 

IDOL, Billy Joe, Sr. — 124 Leafwood Rd., Middlesboro 40965 — LARIMORE, Steve — 890 Fairview G-106, Bowling Green 42101 — 

248-2837, 248-1371 781-6076, 843-6389 

INMAN, Gary O — 906 Woodland Dr., Elizabethtown 42701 — LASCH, James H. — 4018 Retreat Rd., Louisville 40219 — 964- 

765-6886, 769-1349 2785, 581-2510 

ISHMAEL, Stephen A. — 2605 Top Hill Rd., Louisville 40206 — LAWSON, Don Tarlton — 1 16 College Pk. Dr., Barbourville 40906 

897-9509 — 546-5658, 546-5157 

IVES, Rick D. — 1640 Sharon Drive, Bowling Green 42101 — 843- LAWSON, Leiand — 949 DePorres Ave., Lexmgton 40505 — 254- 

3629 1009, 254-8076 

JACKSON, William C. — Rt. 4, Box 392, Morganfield 42437 — 389- LAWLESS, Michael E. — 405 Fair St., Henderson 42420 — 826- 

0474, 389-2419 X-219 2123,827-9883 

JACKSON, Ed — 2507 W. 9th St., Owensboro 42301 — 684-4664, LEAHY, Martin Patrick Jr. — 2907 Cromarty Way, Louisville 40218 

926-3200 — 491-6766, 587-5215 

JACOBY, Ben W. — Route 1 , Georgetown 40324 — 863-0508, 255- LEDFORD, Thomas B — 2702 Wren Rd., Ft. Campbell 42223 — 

6812 X-2241 431-4482 

JAMES, Harold E— 1 507 S. 3rd St , I ronton 45638 — 614-532-6976 LEE, Charles A — 3316 Breaus Drive, Louisville40220 — 451-0855, 

JEFFRIES. David T — 9502 Candywood Ln , Louisville 40291 — 451-0047 

239-4498 LEE, Charles J. — P O Box 57, Williamsburg 40769 — 549-3766, 

JEFFERS, Stephen E — Star Rt 2, Box 162, Gray 40734 — 528- 528-5851 

0729, 546-5101 LEE, Greg — Rt 3, Box 325, Pikeville 41501 — 432-8993, 432-1414 

JENKINS, Burney R. — 1122 Pawnee Tr., Georgetown 40324 — LEE. William A. — Box 116, Wallins 40873 — 664-2127, 573-5027 

863-3612, 863-3805 LELAND, Lonnie L — 1857-A Chatsworth Circle, Lexington 40505 

JENSEN, Edward A III — 7707 Johnson School Road, Louisville — 299-5300, 299-4317 

40291 — 239-4574 LEMAY, ChrisM— 324 W. RiversideDr.,Jeffersonville. IN 47130 — 

JOHNSON.HarryA— 4329 Harts Ct.Paducah 42001— 443-1767, 283-4363. 561-5040 

444-6311 X-241 LENEAVE, Robert E — 205 E. 18th St., Benton 42025 — 527-3661, 

JOHNSON, Larry J — 303 Patton Drive, Ashland 41101 — 325- 898-2431 

0550 LENTRY, Rick — 3051 Kirklevington Dr., #185. Lexington 40502 — 

JOHNSON,RaeL. - 12235 Hillside La, Hillview 40229 — 957-5873 272-6329 

JOHNSON, Reid O — 1 1 26 Redwood Dr., Lexington 4051 1 — 255- LEONARD, James G. — 550 Hickory, Box 3A, Calvert City 42029 — 

9076,259-1411 395-7237 

JOHNSON, Robert F — 204 21st St., Catlettsburg 41129 — 739- LESLIE, Bennett Lee — Box 186, Prestonsburg 41653 — 874-9543, 

81 89 886-6866 

JOHNSON, Roderick V. — 354 Ohio St , Lexington 40508 — 255- LESLIE, Jerry M. — General Delivery, Emma 41625 — 874-9784, 

0304. 278-8124 395-5366 

JONES, Denver — P O. Box 700, Hazard 41701 — 439-1812, 436- LEWIS, Joseph Catron — 1245 Summit Dr., Lexington 40502 — 

5771 266-7246 

JONES, John B. — Route 1, Cadiz 42211 — 522-3759, 522-6641 LIGGETT, Ernie J —46 Home Street, Newport 41071 —491-8061, 

JONES, Paul D. — 1705 Lynn Way, Louisville 40222 — 426-0544. 221-1234 

588-6495 LILE, Clyde F. — Route 6, Hopkinsville 42240 — 886-5584, 886- 

JONES, Spurgeon L. Jr. — 332 Wilder Dr., Owensboro 42301 — 2433 

684-0924, 926-3200 LILLIE, William Westly — 1707 Dundee Rd., Louisville 40205 — 

JOYNER, Robert L. — 8907 Thelma Ln., Louisville 40220 — 491- 459-9193, 456-1586 

3266, 897-3259 LINDON, Bob — 1215 Higbee Mill, Lexington 40503 — 278-2439, 

KAMMERER, Kenneth F. — 4313 Cider Mill Dr., Cin, OH 45245— 502-564-3075 

635-5406 LINKES, Clifford C. — 395 Redding Rd. #183, Lexington 40502 — 

KANAREK, Robert S — 8847 Valley Circle Drive, Florence 41042 — 272-8722, 564-3020 

525-6076, 525-3500 LOCKWOOD, Richard C. — R.R. 5, Harrodsburg 40330 — 865-4246 

KELLER, Terry Joe — 237 Ludford, Ludlow 41016 — 261-9987 LOGAN, Michael — General Delivery, South Shore 41 175 — 932- 

581-8777 3310 

KEMEN, Jerry — 440 Pickett Dr., Ft. Wright 41011 — 331-4272 LONG, James E. — Box 73, Baskett 42420 — 827-5000, 827-1867 

KERSEY, William A. — 1211 Maple Ln, Corbin 40701 — 528-7122, LONG, Scottie J. — Rt. 5, Box 232, Henderson 42420 — 826-5419 

528-2500 LOONEY, James O — Rt. 1 , Box 361 , Ashcamp 4151 2 — 754-9300, 

KINCH, Marvin N — 104 Woodland Dr., Somerset 42501 — 679- 754-8866 

3690 — 679-3423 LOWE, Allen K. - 2152 Azalea Dr., Lexington 40504 — 278-8207 
KING, Russell L. — 2507 Clearbrook Dr., Louisville 40220 — 458- 

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LOWE, Stanford F. — P.O. Box 337, Russellville 42276 — 726-6647 
LOWE, William H, — 3389 Pine Tree, Erianger 41018 — 525-2597, 

871-4500 
LUCKETT. PaulJ. — Rt. 4, Box 1 73, Owensboro 42301 — 229-4244 
LUCKETT, Thomas Edward — 811 Florence Court. Owensboro 

42301 — 685-1994, 683-3532 
LUSBY, George — 615 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown 40324 — 863- 

1440, 863-3805 
LYKINS, James O, — 2833 Campus Dr., Ft Mitchell 41017 — 331- 

7675, 261-2980 
LYNN, Donald L. — 8 Cottonwood PI., Dayton 41074 — 441-1844, 

482-2640 
LYNCH, David A. — 2602 Boone St., Ashland 41101 — 325-0333 
LYNCH, Lester F — 702 N. Main St., Elizabethtown 42701 — 765- 

2060, 769-5592 
MCCARTY, Paul E. — 593 Riggs Rd,, Independence 41051 — 356- 

2441, 243-7832 
MCCLURE. Jerry T. — 1857 Courtland Dr., Lexington 40505 — 

299-5465, 293-1812 
MCCLURE, Tom S. — 204 Madison Ave,, Bardstown 40004 — 348- 

9662, 348-3931 
MCCONNELL, J. D. — 140 Crestvlew Rd.. Russell 41169 — 836- 

6394, 329-7441 
MCCORKLE, Bruce K — 7605 Ft. Sumter Ct., Louisville 40214 — 

361-4214, 581-2510 
MCCORMICK, Don R. — Rt 2. Box 309A, Frankfort 40601 — 839- 

5704, 564-3400 
MCCOURT, Lowell A, — R,R. #3, Ironworks Estates, Georgetown 

40324 — 863-6028, 564-7705 
MCCOWAN, Connell — R.R. 1, Box 253, Corbin 40701 —528-4932 
MCCRAY, Carl G. — Rt 1, Box 82-A, Berea 40403 — 986-9471, 

232-2308 
MCDANIEL, James B — Rt. #3, Scanfield, Madisonville 42431 — 

825-3557, 821-4141 X-272 
MCFADDEN, Jimmie — 649 Northside Drive, Lexington 40505 — 

299-1635, 276-2021 
MCFALLS, Garry R. — 5458 E. Lowe, Ft. Knox 401 21 — 624-3002, 

624-861 1 
MCGARYE, Paul E. — 4826 Sherwood Dr., Ashland 41 101 — 325- 

0268, 329-3333 
MCGINTY, L. V. Jr — 3927 Primrose PI., Paducah 42001 — 442- 

8080, 442-8050 
MCGOWAN, James E. — 1 775 Mooreland Dr., Lexington 40502 — 

269-9165, 232-3903 
MCGRATH, John R —6221 Johnsontown Rd, Louisville 40272 — 

937-6160, 775-6471 
MCGRATH, Robert C. — 3221 Tara Gale Dr.. Louisville 40216 — 

447-0346. 778-2773 
MCKINNEY. Adelle — 2770 Lavon Court. Radciiff 40160 — 351- 

5299. 352-6818 
MCNAY. James F. — 9602 Cochise Way. Louisville 40258 — 935- 

9225. 282-8244 
MCNEIL. Larry David — 1208 Maple St., Flatwoods 41 139 — 836- 

8959. 325-4664 
MALONE. Arthur William — 121 Davies Street, Ludlow 41016 — 

431-6544. 852-4752 
MANNING, Conley — Rt. 2, Box 240, Rockholds 40759 — 549-0250, 

549-2463 
MANNING, Jackie G. — Box 417, Rt. 8, Bowling Green 42101 — 

842-9358 
MARTIN, Paul J. — 1630 Griffith Ave., Owensboro 42301 — 684- 

6662, 685-5536 
MASON, Wardy C. — 2018 N. Limestone, Lexington 40505 — 299- 

9344, 232-4308 
MASTERSON, William Gary — 5609 Soicewood Ln., Louisville 

40219 — 968-6462, 778-3376 
MATHENEY, John B. — 2903 Smallhouse Rd., Bowling Green 

42101, 781-4590, 842-1953 
MAUPIN, Randall L. — 427 Whispering Hills Dr., Lexington 40503 

— 272-1154, 259-1331 X-2111 
MAY, Larry G. — P.O. Box 340, Williamson, WV 25661 — 235-6559, 

235-8113 
MAYER, Alan F— 5705 Tarragon Ct, Louisville 4021 9 — 968-4290, 

582-6123 
MAYER, Edward A. — 1527 Sylvan Way, Louisville 40205 — 456- 

4960, 587-8885 
MAYS, Harry V. — General Delivery, Heidrick 40949 — 546-6369, 

546-9253 
MEADE, Winston — Box 444, Neon 41840 — 855-4387 
MEADORS, William J. — 784 Covington Ave., Bowling Green 

42101 — 842-4141, 745-3347 
MEDLEY, Frank R. — P.O. Box 675. Bardstown 40004 — 348-4831, 

348-9281 



MEDLEY, John — Rt. 4, Box 227, Bardstown 40004 — 348-2135 
MEIER, Tony — 248 Glenwood Ave., Ludlow 41016 — 431-6348, 

525-2500 
MEIMAN, John R. — 3733 Hillsboro Rd., #5, Louisville 40207 — 

895-8336, 637-5492 
MELOAN, Ross B. — 909 Pogue St., Murray 42071 — 753-0387, 

762-6831 
MELSON, Gary Bruce — 1 040 Cross Key Apt. 9, Lexington 40504 — 

278-5755, 258-5580 
MELTON, Jerome — PC. Box 53, Glasgow 42141 — 651-8078, 

651-2031 
MENSHOUSE, Larry K. — Rt. 3, Box 1, Ashland 41 101 —928-9170, 

329-7317 
MERCKER, George E. — 1017 Ky Home Life BIdg., Louisville 

40202 — 451-8399, 585-4251 
MERRITT, Donald F — Box 626, Elkhorn City 41522 — 754-9000 
METZGER, Donald R — 9312 Cloverwood Ln., Louisville 40291 — 

239-9813, 452-4641 
MEYER, James G. —2732 Thompson Dr., Bowling Green 42101 — 

781-6328, 781-5000, X-284 
MEYER, Michael F. — 824 Lilly Ln., Jeffersonville, IN 47130 — 282- 

5665, 283-7714 
MICK, Paul E — P.O Box 191, Marion 42064 — 965-2521,965-3191 
MICKEY. Elbert W — Box 2471. Williamson. WV 25661 —304-235- 

3483. 304-235-2122 
MILLER. Dan — 300 Highway. Apt. 14. Ludlow 41016 
MILLER, John W - 2412 LaMar Ave, Louisville 40216 — 448-2976 
MINTA, John H. - 307 Keswick Dr , Clarksville, IN 47130 — 283- 

4778, 566-2591 
MITCHELL, Glen C — 2017 Lydia St., Ashland 41 101 — 324-3471, 

324-5126 
MOLOHON, Rick — 4103 Rossland Dr , Bardstown 40004 — 348- 

6844, 348-3222 
MOODY. Joel D - R.R 1, Georgetown 40324 — 863-2264. 232- 

4750 
MOODY. William R. — 2032 Oleander Dr . Lexington 40504 — 

277-9622. 255-5612 
MOORE. Alvin E — Box 1170. New Garden Sta.. Ft Knox 40121 — 

942-3665. 624-3630 
MOORE. Franklin 'Bud' — 5351 Whitmore Dr.. Cincinnati. OH 

45238 — 513-922-8317. 961-8000 
MOORE. Phillip H — Rt. 6, Box 403, Bowling Green 42101 — 781- 

9340, 842-5302 
MOORE, Robert W — 441 Forrest Ave , Erianger 41018 — 342- 

6942. 261-4613 
MOORE. William Kelly — 75 N, Lake Dr.. Prestonsburg 41653 — 

886-3623. 886-3083 
MOOSMANN. John A. — Rt. #6 Shanty Hollow Rd.. Bowling Green 

42101 — 777-1222 
MORGAN, Charles B Jr. — 3500 Warwick Dr , #4, Lexington 40502 

— 272-2105 

MORGAN, Richard — 522 Taylor Dr., London 40741 — 864-9253 — 

864-5114 
MORGAN, Glenn W — 4724 Richardson Rd , Ashland 41101 — 

324-3542, 329-7367 
MORRIS, Edward C. — 153 Raintree Rd., Florence 41042 — 371- 

9496, 727-2333 
MORRIS, LarryE. — 4701 Sebree Lane#1, Louisville 40213 — 459- 

1549 
MORRIS, Stephen W, — 505 Wilson Ave., Cynthiana 41031 — 234- 

2969, 254-6412 X-727 
MORSE, Richard K. — 163 N. Deepwood Dr., Radciiff 40160 — 351- 

3748, 624-4646 
MORSE, Russell E. — 163 N. Deepwood Dr., Radciiff 40160 — 351- 

3748, 351-3365 
MULLINS, Bob D — 3020 Clay St., Apt. 5, Paducah 42001 — 442- 

8150, 444-8205 
MULLINS, Charles E — #864 U. of L., Louisville 40292 — 634-1401, 

658-6707 
MURDACH, Leslie L, — 965 Homestead TrI,, Henderson 42420 — 

827-4133 
MYERS, Ernie L, — P.O. Box 33, Glasgow 42141 —651-6049,651- 

3708 
NABEREZNY, Paul M. — 1100 W Main, Apt B, Murray 42071 — 

753-8326, 762-6851 
NASH, Richard C — 1625 Alexander Ave , Owensboro 42301 — 

684-0683, 684-7221 
NELLIGAN, Michael L. — 309 Norbourne Blvd., Louisville 40207 — 

893-5440, 526-5644 
NELSON. Clarence R. — 3318 Majestic Prince, Owensboro 42301 

— 683-0816, 295-3451 

NETHERCUTT, Henry W. — 82 Sycamore St., Huntington, WV 
25705 — 523-2112 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1980 



NICKELL, Duane C. — 237 Maxrield Dr. Paducah 42001 — 444- 

6095. 543-7434 
NIEMANN, Lawrence Vern — 1277 Dillow Ave., Racelancl41169 — 

836-1556, 329-7367 
NOLL, John T. — 22 Forest, Ft. Thomas 41075 — 781-4169, 941- 

0300 
NOONAN, Robert M - 144 Whirlaway, Corbin 40701 —523-0901, 

546-4188 
NORWOOD, Thomas R, — 811 Henry St., Franklin 42134 — 586- 

3614, 586-8241 
O'BEIRNE. John Gregory — 2200 Woodland, Apt, 2, Ashland 41 101 
OETJEN, Gregory — P.O. Box 129, Newport 41071 — 341-1087 
OLSEN, Peter — 272 Houston Ave , Paris 40361 — 987-6278 
ONKST, Glen Alan — Forest Circle Dr., Corbin 40701 — 523-0698, 

528-5490 
OSBORNE, Ronnie — Rt, 1 , Box 242-A, Baxter 40806 — 573-7264, 

573-1450 
OSBORNE, Lonnie — 220 Lakeview Dr., Pikeville 41501 — 432- 

5453, 432-1414 
OSBORNE, Ted G. — Box 23008, Lexington 40523 — 269-1115 
OSER, Larry — 11 Mariner Dr , Georgetown 40324 — 863-4614, 

863-4771 
OSTING, James E, II — 7518 Yorktown Rd., Louisville 40214 — 

368-9631, 361-7181 
OSTING, John Douglas — 106 Ruth St., Princeton 42445 — 365- 

9772. 365-2522 
OWENS. L Michael — 225 Radcliffe Rd,, Lexington 40505 — 293- 

5878, 272-8626 
OWENS, Lamarce — 3229 River Park Dr., Louisville 4021 1 — 776- 

9607, 587-0591 
OWENS. Paul E — 320 W 4th Ave,, Williamson, WV 25661 — 235- 

8654. 235-2323 
OWENS. Pete B. — 3366 Nevius Dr., Lexington 40513 — 278-0016, 

232-4293 
PACE. Donald W — 3087 Cleveland Rd., Lexington 4051 1 — 293- 

0181, 252-5667 
PACE, Kevin — Rt. 1. Box 293, Corbin 40701 —523-1273,528-2410 
PAGE, James N. — P.O. Box 434, Corbin 40701 — 528-8263 
PALKO,EdwardT — R.R. I.Owenton Rd, Frankfort 40601 —223- 

8833, 873-4541 
PARKER. Bob L. — 8602 Honor Ave,, Louisville 40219 — 969-9090, 

587-5276 
PASSAFIUME, Jerome Jr, — 1 1 206 DeHam Drive, Louisville 40222 
PASSAFIUME, John J, — 7716 St, Bernard Ct., Louisville 40291 — 

239-4373, 454-0466 
PATE, Lloyd W — 608 Ronnie Rd , Madison, TN 371 1 5 — 868-3751 , 

868-2910 
PATTERSON, William C — 108 Carlisle Ave, Greensburg 42743 — 

932-4738. 932-4263 
PENNO, Harry R — 412 General Dr., Ft. Wright 41011 —331-1981 
PERRIN. James A. — 314 E. 16th St., Hopkinsville 42240 — 886- 

0474, 886-4463 
PETERSON, Bill S. — P.O. Box 667. Bardstown 40004 — 252-9949, 

348-9224 
PIETROWSKI, Paul — 107 Oaklawn, Corbin 40701 — 523-0272, 

528-1630 
PINKERMAN, Charles C, — 3500 Hickory St., Catlettsburg 41129 

— 739-6645, 324-7114 X-233 

PINSON, Paul L — Rt 26, Box 412, Ashland 41101 — 928-3708, 

928-6441 X-476 
PITSTICK, Jeffrey L - 2206 Pinewood Dr., Jeffersonville, IN 

47130 — 812-288-8325, 288-3282 
PITTMAN, Spencer R — 909 Boonesboro Rd , Winchester 40391 

— 744-8508, 744-1573 

PITTS. John L. — 4103 Delia Fay Dr.. Louisville 40219 — 968-8069, 

566-4591 
PONCHOT, Joseph C — 3387 Appletree Ln., Erianger 41018 — 

342-6932, 342-6400 
POOLE, Glenn — 317 Ridgewood, Versailles 40382 — 873-5124, 

272-8626 
POTTS, Roy Allan — 3031 Louisa Ave., Louisville 40217 — 637- 

8248, 776-4651 
POWELL, Robert L — 4005 Pinecroft Dr.. Louisville 40219 — 964- 

7590 
POWERS, Elmer— 1017 N. Mam. Barbourville 40906 — 546-6613, 

864-2271 
POWLESS, Steven A. — 1701 Meacham Ln,, Paducah 42001 — 

444-7118, 442-2370 
PUCKETT, Paul E. — 2206 Merriewood, Owensboro 42301 — 926- 

8943 
PUCKETT, Robert O, — 813 Otter Creek Rd, Vine Grove 401 75 — 

877-5362. 624-8432 
PUGH, Robert B. — 913 Witthuhn Way, Lexington 40503 — 223- 

2359, 276-4421 



PURCELL, J. Kenneth — 1 100 County Cork. Murray 42071 — 753- 

8233, 762-4459 
PURCELL, Michael R. — 2689 Anbeth Ct, Lakeside Park 4101 7 — 

341-4549, 513-961-6254 
PURWIN, John C. — Rt, 13. Minnie Way. Bowling Green 42101 — 

842-8540. 842-7302 
QUEHL. Harry — 9 Country Club Lane, Princeton 42445 — 365- 

2238. 365-7207 
QUILLEN. Darren — Box 95, Jackhorn 41825 — 855-4437. 832- 

6140 
QUILLEN. Donald L. — Box 354. Neon 41840 — 855-4691. 633-9332 
RAINS, Everett Paul - Rt, 4. Box 922. Williamsburg 40769 — 549- 

0240. 549-0100 
RANDALL, Leroy — Rt, 1. Box 231 -A, Alexander 41 001 —635-7448. 

635-4161 
RANSDELL. John D. — 130 Rolling Hills, Danville 40422 — 236- 

9355, 236-2113 
RAPP, Timothy — 2923 New Haven Ct , Flatwoods 41139 — 836- 

1392, 329-3333 X-8293 
RAPP, William C. — 1836 Woodland Drive, Ironton, OH 45638 — 

614-532-1983, 614-532-7245 
RASCOE, Robert B. — 523Sumpter Ave., Bowling Green 42101 — 

842-2360. 745-4897 
RAWDON, Richard M, — P.O. Box 631 , Georgetown 40324 — 525- 

6198, 863-5400 
READ, Frederick K. — 1338 Greenup Street, Covington 41011 — 

431-5197 
REAMS. Frank E, — Route 1, Harned 40144 — 756-5169.547-4491 
REECE, Jerry T. — 2808 Seattle Drive. Lexington 40503 — 276- 

2409, 272-2486 
REFFITT. Tommy E, — Rt. 3, Owingsville 40360 — 674-2822, 498- 

2660 
RESS, Gary A, — 5810 Shelby St,, Fern Creek 40291 — 239-0976 
REYNOLDS, Elmer G, — Box 421, Loyall 40854 — 573-1828, 573- 

1900 
RIFFE, Gary L, — 1500 Bellefonte Rd,, Flatwoods 41139 — 836- 

2671, 329-3333 X-8857 
RILEY, Jeffrey L, — 216 Rosewood. Bardstown 40004 — 348-3114 
RILEY. Michael S. — Rt. 1, Mayfield 42066 — 382-2753 247-1621 
RILEY, Tim Ray — Rt. 14, Box 225, Bowling Green 42101 — 843- 

6700 
ROARK, Jimmy W. — P.O. Box 114, Pathfork 40863 — 664-2883, 

664-3444 
ROBERTS, James E. — 1010 Pawnee Dr., Elizabethtown 42701 — 

765-4739, 737-2700 
ROBY. James B. — 2206 Elmerest, Bardstown 40004 — 348-6264. 

348-9030 
ROBY, Michael J. — 104 Cumberland Dr., Princeton 42445, 365- 

2484, 926-0550 
ROCK, Dennis C. — 1044 Chestnut St.. Bowling Green 42101 — 

842-1266. 781-8349 
ROSEN, William H — Box 2197, Williamson, WV 25661 — 237- 

1092, 235-1995 
ROUSE, Donald J. Jr. — 1530 W. 4th Ave, Williamson, WV 25661 — 

235-7000, 235-9974 
ROUSE, Thomas L. — 520 Erianger Rd., Erianger 41018 — 727- 

3943, 727-4484 
RUNYON, Tommy D. — Box 181, Belfry 41514 — 353-9206, 353- 

7239 
RUSS, Chuck — 2413 Mt. Claire. Louisville 40217 — 637-4158 — 

778-2791 
RUSSELL. Allen R. — 124 Laurel Dr., Bellefonte 41 101 —836-4334, 

739-4166 X-8857 
RUSSELL. Gary E. — 2112 Gregory Drive. Henderson 42420 — 

827-2437. 826-9578 
SATTERLY. Grant G. — Rt. 1, Box 205. Eminence 40019 — 845- 

4930, 845-5639 
SAYLORS, Carlee — 1700 Mam, Murray 42071 — 753-7979, 924- 

5602 
SAYLOR, Gary L. — Rt 4. Box 106, Wallins 40873 — 573-6426, 573- 

1826 
SCHILLING, Donald L. — 246 N. 38th St.. Paducah 42001 — 444- 

6716. 443-2441 
SCHMITT, Alvin J. — 570-B Stryker Village, Ft. Campbell 42223 — 

431-3105. 502-798-6380 X-362 
SCHULTZ. Frank D. — 128Country Squire Lane, Bardstown 40004 

— 348-5137, 964-5911 
SCOTT, W, L, — 1816 McDonald Ave,, Lexington 40503 — 278- 

2844, 278-9702 
SEAVERS, Joe — 2517 Ann St., Villa Hills 41016 — 341-0213, 686- 

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Official Organ of the 
Kentucl<y High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIII — No. 4 



NOVEMBER, 1980 



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1980 CROSS COUNTRY MEETS 
Results — Class A, AA, and AAA 

The official State High School Cross Country 
Championship Meets for both boys and girls in Classes A, 
AA and AAA were held at the Kentucky Horse Park, 
Lexington, with Mr. Jerry Stone as manager. 

Individual winners in each class were as follows: Class 
A — Jamie Baker, Silver Grove; Sam Love, Trigg County. 
Class AA — Lynn Russel. Harrison County: Mark 
McMahan. Meade County Class AAA — Lori Linville, 
Daviess County: Joseph Buechler, St. Xavier 

Class A, Boys, team scores were as follows: Ft 
Campbell, 64: Bishop Brossart, 71: Hancock County, 119 
Sliver Grove, 119: Trigg County, 128: Covington Latin, 169 
Harrodsburg, 205: Green County, 207: Williamsburg, 223: 
Univ. Breckinridge, 243: Buckhorn, 298: Allen Central, 308 
Anderson County, 323: Owen County, 332: Ft. Knox, 347 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class A 
finished is given below including the times: 

BOYS — Sam Love.TriggCounty (16:19): John Arron. 
Green County (16:27): Gavin Gaynor, Hancock County 
(16:48); Curtis Rader, Somerset (16:59): Monty Orchard, 
Model (17:07); Bryan Blankenship, Menifee County 
(17:12): Derrick Bowman, South Hopkins (17:18): Bill 
McGee, Covington Latin (17:19); Peter Salter, Ft. Camp- 
bell (17:24); Kirk Wilson, Silver Grove (17:25). 

Class A, Girls, team scores were as follows; Ft. 
Campbell, 67: Lexington Catholic. 97; Dayton, 97; Trigg 
County, 117; Anderson County, 125: Grant County, 165: 
Walton-Verona, 180; Bath County, 182: University Breck- 
inridge, 182: Ft. Knox, 190: Somerset, 288; Riverside 
Christian. 293: Whitesville Trinity. 324; Buckhorn, 380. 

The order in which the first ten runners In Class A 
finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS — Jamie Baker, Silver Grove (11:21); Julie 
Dickie, Dayton (11:29): Janie Crews, Providence (11:34); 
Maryann Murphy, Dayton (11:40); Eilanee Warren, 
Lexington Catholic (11:46); Jeanie Whitesell. Fulton City 
(11:49): Kim Hawkins, Bath County (11:51): Cathy Hohan, 
Ft. Campbell (11:55): Angle Hutton, Ft. Campbell (12:01); 
Jennifer Russell, Anderson County (12:02). 

Class AA, Boys, team scores were as follows: Adair 
County, 74: Knox Central, 97: Highlands, 105; Meade 
County. 110: Taylor County. 156; Barren County, 186; 
Lloyd, 212: Bourbon County. 215; Harrison County, 231; 
Ellzabethtown, 245: Calloway County, 269; Webster 
County, 301; Jessamine County, 306; Russell, 349: East 
Carter, 378; Clay County, 426: Rowan County, 475. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class AA 
finished is given below, including the times: 

BOYS — Mark McMahan. Meade County (16:13); 
Gordon Snaden. Washington County (16:43): Walter Gary. 
Knox Central (16:45): Steve Metzger, Barren County 
(16:52); James Pennington, Bourbon County (16:59); 
Todd Powere, Knox Central (16:59): Dawayne Goodin, 
Taylor County (17:05); Larry Phillips. Adair County 
(17:08); Rodney Williams. Webster County (17:09); Mike 
Ling. Highlands (17:11). 

Class AA. Girls, team scores were as follows: 
Highlands. 70; Pulaski County. 80: Harrison County. 97; 
Taylor County. 103; Dixie Heights. 148; Knox Central. 173: 
East Carter. 185; Franklin County, 198: Bourbon County. 
264; Ellzabethtown. 270; Whitley County. 272: Grayson 
County. 289: Calloway County. 295: Webster Couniy, 383: 



Rowan County, 425. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class AA 
finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS — Lynn Russel. Harrison County (10:43); 
Debbie Meece. Pulaski County (11:18); Kim Wilkerson. 
Barren County (11:29): Pam Raglin. Bourbon County 
(11:31): KerrI Marshall. Dixie Heights (11:35): Liz Jasper, 
Pulaski County (11:37); Angela Goff. Taylor County 
(11:40); Bonnie RIffe. Highlands (11:42): Janet Hord. 
Taylor County (11:43): Kathy Barker. Pulaski County 
(11:57). 

Class AAA. Boys, team scores were as follows: St. 
Xavier, 86: Central. 109: Trinity, 134: Owensboro, 150: 
Stuart. 193: Oldham County. 200: Owensboro Catholic, 
217; Boone County. 222; Male, 224: Valley, 254; Marshall 
County. 262; Campbell County. 291: Nelson County. 291; 
Ballard. 293; Moore, 320; Boyd County, 360; Southern. 432; 
Clark County, 501; Hopklnsville. 542 

The order in which the first ten runners m Class AAA 
finished is given below, including the times: 

BOYS — Joseph Buechler, St. Xavier (15:29): Jim 
Sapienza. Trinity (15:44); Mark Berry, Manual (16:19): 
Tim Martin, Owensboro (16:20); Gene Unclebach, St. 
Xavier (16:35): Andy Reeves. Trinity (16:40): Jay Hodge, 
Holmes (16:44); John McGehee. Henderson County 
(16:45): Joe Olllges. Stuart (16:46): Ron Stovall. Westport 
(16:55). 

Class AAA. Girls, team scores were as follows: 
Central, 50: Daviess County, 53: Laurel County. 141; 
Apollo. 155: Valley. 163; Western Hills. 188: Notre Dame, 
189: Christian County. 208: Boyd County. 225: Westport. 
234; Nelson County. 238: Sacred Heart, 289; Hopkinsville, 
299: Marshall County. 339: Madison Central. 355. 

The order In which the first ten runners In Class AAA 
finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS — Lori Linville, Daviess County (11:14); Diane 
Green, Christian County (11:23): Jeanne Sapienza, 
Central (11:25); Teri Knoop, Valley (11:28): MIndy Dunn. 
Central (11:32): Devon Peake, North Hardin (11:32): Juli 
Maynard, Apollo (11:37); Stefanle Johnson. Apollo 
(11:40); Jill Steimle. Oldham County. (11:44); Debl Frey. 
Central (11:45). 



Atlanta to Host Athletic Directors 

More than 1.500 athletic administrators, spouses and 
exhibitors are expected to converge on Atlanta. Ga., 
December 14-17. when the National Federation hosts Its 
annual National Conference of High School Directors of 
Athletics. 

The conference, set at the Marriott Hotel, has been 
designated as the site of the annual National 
Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association 
meeting. The NIAAA will be holding committee meetings 
and section caucuses. Dec. 13-14. with state athletic 
director association delegates to the NIAAA representa- 
tive assembly meeting the 15th. 

The entire NIAAA membership will meet December 
16. 

In addition to an all-star cast of speakers, the second 
keynote address will be given by Hensley Sapenter; 
director of athletics at Sam Houston High School. San 
Antonio. Hensley will discuss motivating athletes through 
attitude adjustment and goal setting. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1980 



NOVEMBER, 1980 Vol. XLIII, No. 4 

Published monthly, except JuneandJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E Cooper Dr , P,0 Box 22280, Lexington, Ky 40522 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky, 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103 Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1326 Publication No 293080 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 
President .. Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981 ) Nicholasville 
Vice-Pres J D, Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 
Directors ., Charles D Black (1980-1984) Barbourville; 
John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon Coleman 
(1980-1984) Owensboro, Robie Harper, Jr (1979-1983) 
Drakesboro, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; 
Walter J Pickett (1980-1982) Valley Station; Barney 
Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville; Fairce O- Woods 
(1979-1983) Flemingsburg, Conley Manning. State Dept 
of Education representative 
Subscription Rate $2 00 per year 

From the Commissioner's Office 

National Federation 
Basl<etball and Wrestling Tests 

Part II of the National Federation basketball and 
wrestling examinations will be given all over Kentucky on 
Monday, December 1 , to officials who wish to work for the 
Approved and Certified ratings. The basketball 
examinations will be given by the Assigning Secretaries in 
all regions. The sites will be determined by the Assigning 
Secretary. Wrestling Officials who wish to take this test 
should advise the K H S.A.A, and a copy of the 
examination will be sent to an examiner m your area. 
Officials registered with the K.H S.A.A. for the first time 
this year are not eligible to take the test for a higher rating. 



THE GAME GUY AWARD 

The K.H S.A.A. will continue the Game Guy Award. 
School representatives and registered officials may make 
nominations for the award. The eligible person should be a 
pupil at the junior or senior high school level who has 
overcome great physical handicap in order to take part in 
athletics Letters of recommendation should be addressed 
to 'Game Guy Committee, K H.S A.A., P.O. Box 22280, 
Lexington, Kentucky 40522" Deadline for the 1981 
nomination is April 1. 



1980-81 Approved Volleyball Officials 

In the second year of registration of Volleyball officials 
with the K. H.S. A A., the following officials qualified forthe 
advanced rating of Approved as a result of the National 
Federation Volleyball Examination. 

Barre, Nancy J.; Blair, Mary Gall; Brown, Teri J.; 
Caldwell, Linda 8.; Rogers, Eldrldge; Scott, Garnett Ray; 
Troyer, Stephen R. 



REGISTERED FOOTBALL 
OFFICIALS OF THE K.H.S.A.A. 

Continued from October Athlete 

SELLIER. Ed Jr — 520 Cricklewood Dr., Lexington 40505 — 299- 

8042, 299-4027 
SELLINGER, Robert M — 14111 TreeCrestCt, Louisville 40223 — 

245-5666, 426-5644. 
SELVY, Curt — 103 Steele, Corbin 40701 — 528-4677 

SESHER, James T — 7091 Manderlay Dr , Florence 41042 — 371- 

8128, 621-1146 
SEVER, William B — 518N Lexington, Wilmore40390 — 858-4001 
SEWELL, William R. — 24 Hillcrest Dr , Winchester 40391 — 744- 

6984. 233-4511 X-359 
SHALLCROSS. Warren M — 9120 Rainbow Springs Ct,. Apt. 1, 

Louisville 40222 - 426-0903 
SHELLEY, Hugti R — 3521 Oscar Ave , Rt #2, Paducah 42001 — 

442-6489, 444-6311 X-353 
SHELTON, James S — 812 S, 2nd St , Mayfield 42066 — 247-9963 
SHIELDS. Hane — Rt 2. Box 129A, Corydon 42406 — 826-2117, 

826-2756 
SHILTS, Barry D — 100E Walnuts, , Irvmgton 40146 — 547-6470, 

624-4033 
SHIRE. James W - 2831 Court St , Astiland 41101 — 324-5986, 

329-7253 
SHORT, Bill L — 2701 Monroe St , Ashland 41101 — 324-8656 
SHREVE, Rodtiam K Jr — 2808 Mt McKinley Way, Lexington 

40502 - 272-6758 
SHREVE, Tim — 8730 Lanternlite Rkvi^y., Louisville 40220 — 499- 

8219, 452-4915 
SIMMS, Clarence E — 610 Linden Ave., Newport 41071 — 581- 

3026 
SIMPSON, F Delane— 1 1 16 Calico Court, Bowling Green 42101 — 

781-5311, 781-6400 X-486 
SIMPSON, James H — Box 424, Soutti Stiore 41 175 — 932-3613, 

932-3131 
SIMPSON, Olando J — P O Box 12. Hazard 41701 — 436-5089 
SIMS, Russell A — 2102 Southland Drive, Bowling Green 42101 — 

782-3382, 745-3591 
SIZEMORE, Aster — 201 Sunvalley Terrace, Hazard 41701 — 436- 

3402, 436-2107 
SKAGGS. Nathan L — Rm 223, Keen Hall, Bowling Green 42101 

— 748-5181 

SKAGGS, Ronnie Ray — 351 1 Burrell Dr , Shively 40216 — 447- 

8926 
SLIGH, James E — Rt 7, Box 152, Astiland 41101 - 928-5859, 

739-5111 
SMALL, David E. — 600 Arbor Dr . Anctiorage 40223 — 245-7954, 

893-0262 
SMITH. Arttiur Lynn — 5313 Red Fern, Louisville 40218 — 964- 

0392, 454-4232 
SMITH, James B — 21 1 S 1st St , Bardstown 40004 — 348-5402, 

348-3991 X-271 
SMITH, Ronald A — 561 Lisa Drive, Lexington 40505 — 299-9688, 

255-5661 X-216 
SMOCK, Edward K - 144 E. Erskone. Danville 40422 - 236-9472, 

236-4316 
SMOOT, Jotin E — 773 Lynn Drive, Lexington 40504 — 277-0319, 

257-4704 
SOHAN, John Patrick — 201 7 Peabody Ln, #14, Louisville 40218 — 

454-5046. 587-2970 
SOUTH. Stanley P — 57 Burton Court, Winchester 40391 — 744- 

0357, 744-4812 X-390 
SPARKS, Jerry — 113 W Southern Heights, Louisville 40214 — 

368-1435, 241-7009 
SPATH, William J, — 302 Cambridge Station Rd , Louisville 40223 

— 245-1701, 584-5209 

SPENCER, James A. — 2642 Portland Ave., Louisville 40212 — 

774-4226. 293-3381 
SPRATLING. Obie L. — 416 N Logsdon Pkwy,. Radcliff 40160 — 

351-9482 
SPROWLES, Jeff — Route 1, Box 307, Campbellsville 42718 — 

465-8857 
STALEY. Jerry — 1117 Inia Trail. Georgetown 40324 — 863-3440 
STARNES, Donald Scott — 206 Lewis Lane, Newport 41071 — 

261-8209. 581-3456 
STATON, Frank E. Jr. — 417 Fairview, Dayton 41074 — 261-8718, 

761-3458 
STAYTON, Jeffrey P — 3935 DeCoursey, Covington 41015 — 

581-6296 



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STEPHENSON. Harry S. — 1612 Hawthorne Ln . Lexington 40505 

— 299-1757, 233-8221 

STEPP. James G — Box 291. Inez 41224 — 298-3151. 395-5342 
STEVENSON. Mike — 1 18 Jacob Dr . Princeton 42445 — 365-7440. 

365-6060 
STETTENBENZ. Lawrence N Jr. — 5801 Brandywyne Ct . Fern 

Creek 40391 — 239-1468. 491-4120 
STIKELEATHER. Clyde L — 730 Sctiool St.. Leitchfield 42754 — 

259-3885. 259-3161 
STOUT. William E. — 4401 Lupton Ct . Louisville 40229 — 957-3579 
STOVALL. Kenneth J. Jr. — 214 Sage Rd . Louisville 40207 — 896- 

6237. 588-4688 
STRADER. Timothy V — 1743 Nervie St . Ashland 41101 — 324- 

8046. 329-2220 X-385 
STRAIN. Andrew J. — Lot 40. Oak Drive. Radcliff 40160 — 351- 

8389. 367-5011 X-5203 
STRAIN. Richard P . Rt 2. Radcliff 40260 — 351-4306. 624-2214 
STRAIN. Richard P. Jr —3401 Shanks Ln. Apt, 3. Louisville 40216 

— 448-5874 

STRAUS. William W, — 121 Todds Rd.. #47. Lexington 40509 — 

269-4787. 233-3553 
STREICHER. Richard A - 3249 Ellis Way. Louisville 40220 - 

458-5254. 584-7150 
STUBER. Charles E — R R 1. Box 706. London 40741 —864-9219. 

878-7900 
STUEDLE. Ray Sr — 1404 Givard Dr . Louisville 40222 — 425-3679. 

893-3852 
STUMBO. Jack — 290 Leawood Dr . Frankfort 40601 — 227-9513. 

873-3241 
STUTLER. Joseph H — 821 W Galbraith. Cincinnati. OH 45231 — 

522-8560. 521-1126 
SUTHERLAND. Fred — 101 Mockingbird Ln . Bardstown 40004 — 

348-4831. 348-9282 
SUTTON. James Arthur — 2111 Sutton Dr . Henderson 42420 — 

826-6840 
SWARTS. Joseph C — 135 Lane St.. CoacI Grove. OH 45638 — 

614-532-9349 
SWECKARD. Paul D —306 Par Lane. Elizabethtown 42701 —737- 

2299. 624-4915 
SWINFORD. John — 106S Elmurch Ave . Cynthiana41031 —234- 

2562. 234-5820 
SWOPE. James R. — 500 Van Voast. Bellevue 41073 — 581-4300. 

581-6834 
SWORD. RussD —601 Lovern St . Hazard 41701 —439-2263.439- 

1331 
TACKETT. George — 223 Third St . Hazard 41701 — 436-2452. 

436-2733 
TACKETT. James F. — Box 765. Jenkins 41537 — 832-2550. 832- 

2123 
TANDY, Samuel W. — 3307 Bobwhite Ave., Owensboro 42301 — 

685-3833. 684-0448 

Continued on Page 8 



Friday, October 24, 1980 



Pool I 

Rowan Co - Ballard 
15 9 

15 10 



Pool II 

Villa Madonna - Male 
15 1 

15 3 



O. L. Providence - Presentation Angela Merici - Campbell Co. 

10 15 15 3 

15 9 14 9 

15 9 

Paul Blazer - Sacred Heart 

St. Henry - Assumption 7 15 

15 5 1 15 

15 9 

Villa Madonna - Angela Merici 
Rowan Co. - O, L. Providence 15 7 

8 15 15 2 

11 15 

Paul Blazer - Male 
St. Henry - Ballard 15 6 

15 1 15 6 

Sacred Heart - Campbell Co. 
Assumption - Presentation 3 5 

11 14 10 12 

14 5 5 15 

15 1 

Villa Madonna - Paul Blazer 
Rowan Co. - St, Henry 15 2 

4 15 15 6 

9 15 „ 

Sacred Heart - Angela Merici 
Assumption - O L Providence 15 g 

7 15 11 13 

15 15 3 



Presentation - Ballard 
15 5 

15 11 



Campbell Co - Male 
15 6 

15 1 



Rowan Co - Assumption Villa Madonna - Sacred Heart 

10 15 15 12 

16 18 15 10 

Presentation - St. Henry Campbell Co. - Paul Blazer 

7 15 15 3 

3 15 15 1 



Ballard - O L. Providence 

5 15 

10 15 



Male - Angela Merici 
6 15 

2 15 

Matches Won Lost Matches Won Lost 

Rowan County 1 4 Villa Madonna 5 

Ballard 1 4 Male 5 

O. L- Providence 5 Angela Merici 3 2 

St, Henry 4 1 Paul Blazer 1 4 

Assumption 3 2 Sacred Heart 3 2 

Presentation 2 3 Campbell County 3 2 



1980 Girls' State High School 
Volleyball Tournament 

The following are the results of the second State 
Tournament for Girls' Volleyball held at Ivlemorial Coli- 
seum, University of Kentucky, Lexington on October 23, 
24, 25, 1980: 

Thursday, October 23, 1980 



Saturday, October 25, 1980 
Single Elimination Tournament 



Villa Madonna 


Villa Madonna 




15-5-V 




15-8-V 






St. Henry 


15-4-V 






15-1-V 


Villa Madonna 


0, L. Providence 






15-9-0 






9-13-C 


0, L, Providence 




15-11-0 






Campbell County 







Pool I 

Rowan Co. - Presentation 

4 15 

5 15 

O. L. Providence - St. Henry 
13 9 

13 11 



Ballard 


Assumption 


3 


15 


4 


15 



Pool II 

Villa Madonna - Campbell Co. 



15 
12 
15 




4 

14 

2 


Angela Merici 
15 
15 


Paul Blazer 
11 

7 


Male- 
3 
3 


Sacred Heart 
15 
15 



Girls State Volleyball 
All-Tournament Team 

Elizabeth Allegrini, Our Lady of Providence; Susan 
Elpers, Sacred Heart; Lori Erpenbeck, Villa Madonna; 
Jenny Fleissner, Our Lady of Providence; Lori King, 
Campbell County; Kathy Kiser, Campbell County; Nancy 
Koop, St. Henry; Wendy Rumford, Campbell County; 
Fredda Simpson, Villa Madonna; Kathy Tepe, St. Henry; 
Wendy Tepe, St. Henry; Lisa Warman, Villa Madonna. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1980 



CLASS AAA 

CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion 




Lorl LInvllle, Daviess County 
High School, individual winner. 
Class AAA Girls' Cross Country. 



CLASS AAA 

CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion 




Joseph Buechler, St. Xavler 
High School, individual winner, 
Class AAA, Boys' Cross Country. 



CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 
1980 Class AAA Cross Country Girls' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Debi Frey, Mindy Dunn, Lisa Davis, Camiile Forrester, Carol Trevathan. Second 
Row: Jeanne Sapienza, Coach Jerome Henderson, Sherry Wiiiterson, Edie Wolski, Mary Davis, Jenny Martin, Lori 
Dunn. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1980 



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CLASS AA 

CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion 




Lynn Russel, Harrison County 
High School, individual winner, 
Class AA, Girls' Cross Country. 



CLASS AA 

CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion 




Mark McMahan, Meade County 
High School, Individual winner. 
Class AA, Boys' Cross Country. 



HIGHLANDS HIGH SCHOOL 
1980 Class AA Cross Country Girls' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: TonI RIffe, Heather Oavis, Bonnie RIffe. Second Row: Coach Chris Cowan, Mary 
Farreil, Jeanne Hoffman, PattI Murray, Martha McKee. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1980 



ADAIR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
1980 Class AA Cross Country Boys' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Terry Phillips, Larry Phillips, Steve Barton, Timmy Miller. Second Row: Charles 
Smith, Lynn Green, Edward IHunter, Brent Yates, Brett White, Coach Glynn Nixon. 



FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL 
1980 Class A Cross Country Boys' State Champion 




^Mii^^-^^lO 



(Left to Right) Front Row: Mllce Meteiko, Greg Patton, Darrell Smith, Ricic Dahl. Second Row: Yiyo Santiago 
Roland Zirkle, Mike McGuiness, Peter Salter, Coach Lee Lange. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1980 



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CLASS A 

CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion 




Jamie Baker, Silver Grove High 
School, Individual winner. Class A, 
Girls' Cross Country. 



CLASS A 

CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion 




Sam Love, Trigg County High 
School, Individual winner, Class A, 
Boys' Cross Country. 



FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL 
1980 Class A Cross Country Girls' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Rot>erta Becerra, Maggie Marin, Patty Marin, Kitty Davidson. Second Row. Angle 
Hutton, Oebra McLeore, Charmaine Vassar, Cathy Hogan, Coach Lee Lange. 



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Registered Football 
Officials of the K.H.S.A.A. 

Continued from Page 3 

TATE, Kenneth L Jr — 280 Boiling Springs. Lexington 40505 — 

254-0200. 255-0835 
TAYLOR. James R — Rt 4. Box 56, Ashland 41101 — 928-5792. 

325-8426 
TAYLOR. Julian Allen — 1 102 N 3rd St., Bardstown 40004 — 348- 

9319. 348-9319 
THARPE. Wilhe H — 2605 Oregon. Louisville 40210 — 776-3480. 

778-6631 
THOMAS, Lyn H — Rt. 3, Box 1 76. Calvert City 42029 — 395-4035. 

395-7121 
THOMAS. Paul R — 706 Gartrell Ct . Ashland 41 101 — 324-9603. 

739-4166 X-8206 
THOMAS. Raymond E — R.R. 1. Box 505A. Central City 42330 — 

754-5890 
THOMAS. Raymond Earl — 212 Akin Ave., Franklin 42134 — 586- 

6297. 586-3261 
THOMPSON. HarrieG — 1673 N, Cleveland Rd,. Lexington 40511 

- 266-2819. 543-7362 

THOMPSON. Jeffrey L — 3841 Sundart Dr . Lexington 40502 — 

272-8840. 278-2315 
THOMPSON. Tom D. — 97 Carran Drive, Ft. Mitchell 41 01 7 — 341- 

1809. 292-4034 
THOMPSON. Victor Neil — 3211 Perimeter Dr . Erianger 41018 — 

727-8350. 579-9100 
THOMPSON. Cecil W. — 3310 Lewis Lane, OvKensboro 42301 — 

684-4962. 926-3200 
TIMMERING. George E — 4109 Manner Gate Dr . Louisville 40220 

— 491-7705. 585-5313 

TIPTON. Ronald E — 3021 Stanford Dr . Lexington 40503 — 272- 

1403. 266-0705 
TIPTON. Steven W — 1187 Kelsey Ct,. Lexington 40504 - 252- 

4771. 886-1201 
TOMPKINS. Barrie E. — 522 Hollow Creek. Apt #76, Lexington 

— 293-5439, 255-0935 

TINSLEY. Joe D — 2344 Russellville Rd , Bowling Green 42101 — 

781-5698 
TOWE, Paul F. — 611 Lake Knoll Ct., Erianger 41018 — 727-8664, 

751-1334 
TRABUE, Bruce A — Rt, 2, Box 222, Glasgow 42141 — 646-2921, 

651-8859 
TRABUE, Robert David — 2719 Russellville Rd.. Lot 23. Bowling 

Green 42101 — 843-3020. 651-3926 
TRAPP. Charles W — 34 Trapp Court. Alexandria 41001 — 635- 

9250. 564-7183 
TRAYLOR. Garnett — 102 Ruth Ave.. Princeton 42445 — 365-7389 
TREAS. Joe W — P O. Box 653, Fulton 42041 — 472-0158, 472- 

1836 
TUCKER, Charles N — 404 Locust St., Vine Grove 40175 — 827- 

5230, 624-6320 
TUITELE, Matthew V, L. — 203 Millbrooke Drive, Hopkinsville 

42240 — 886-9371. 798-7158 
TURLEY. A. Howard — 7316 Wesboro Rd.. Louisville 40222 — 426- 

7316. 581-6319 
TURNER. Charles W. — 700 Iroquois. Danville 40422 — 236-6983 
TURNER, Paul Alan — 700 Iroquois, Danville 40422 — 236-6983. 

767-2129 
TURNER. Paul Eric — 813 Park St.. Bowling Green 42101 — 842- 

2804 
TYE. Josh — 225 College St.. Barbourville 40906 — 546-3745, 546- 

3121 
UNDERWOOD. Jay Keith — 210 High St.. Apt. #3, Versailles 40383 

- 873-8894. 873-3196 

URLAGE. Richard — 822 Highland Ave.. Ft. Thomas 41075 — 441- 
5513. 771-8850 



WALKER, Ernest — Hazard 41701 — 436-2107 

WALKER, Joe D — 508 East Cedar St., Franklin 421 34 — 586-8437, 

586-3331 
WALLACE, Kevin M. — Rt. 7. Box 82. Bowling Green 42101 — 563- 

4756 
WANCHIC. Nicholas — 1 01 Southview Dr., Nicholasville 40356 — 

885-6627, 252-6673 
WARD, James L, — 830 Tennessee Ave.. Pineville 40977 — 337- 

6894. 337-7808 
WARD. Tom A — P.O. Box 231. Bowling Green 42101 —781-3122. 

782-1059 
WARNER. Robert — Box 52. Owingsville 40360 — 674-6654 
WASHER. Charles R, — 3922 Bank St.. Louisville 40212 — 776- 

6416. 969-2377 
WASHINGTON. Darryl — Box 274. Evarts 40828 — 837-2189 
WATSON. James W. — 5830Flaig Dr.. Fairfield 45014 — 874-0513. 

471-4100 
WEBER. Thomas C — 5809 Brandywyne. Louisville 40291 — 239- 

5066. 426-1948 
WEDGE, Paul Denny Jr. — 1531 Cabell Dr., Bowling Green 42101 

— 842-6732, 781-1067 

WELLS, Glenn M, — 1401 Dixie Hwy.. Covington 41011 — 727- 

2823, 292-5343 
WELLS, Ronnie G. — Rt. 1. Belton. 42324 — 476-8454. 821-3513 
WELLS. Theodore G. — 916Powell Lane. Flatwoods41139 — 836- 

9940. 928-6414 
WELTON, Donald L — P.O. Box 1026, Ft. Knox 40121 —624-2820, 

624-3329 
WESTHOFF, Greg J, — 56 Cayton Rd., Florence 41 042 — 283-2542, 

241-5511 
WETZEL, Ralph M — Box 398, Livermore 42352 — 278-2708, 278- 

2716 
WHALEN, Billy G, — 2084 St. Teresa Dr.. Lexington 40502 — 269- 

4580. 233-4166 
WHEELING. James R. — Rt, 1, Box 436-C, Catlettsburg 41129 — 

739-5579. 329-5460 
WHITE. John Stanley — 4016 Mound St., Ashland 41101 — 325- 

7032, 329-7341 
WILSON. Larry Earl — 103 McAlpin Ave . Erianger 41018 — 727- 

3156. 371-3370 
WIGGINTON. L Thomas — 730 Brookline. Louisville 4021 4 — 367- 

2103. 361-0123 
WILDER. Jerry R, — 2042 Tulip. Bowling Green 421 01 — 781-3569. 

745-2691 
WILDT. Jerry N. — 4106 Caven Ct.. Louisville 40229 — 966-8398 
WILLIAMS. Buford Jr. — Box 34. Railroad St.. Jackson 41339 — 

666-5738. 666-5164 
WILLIAMS. James A. — 1 12 Green St.. Horse Cave 42749 — 786- 

2867. 758-2214 X-35 
WILLIAMS. James H — P.O. Box 722. 529 Hilda Dr.. Gallipolis. OH 

45631 — 446-4855. 446-4772 
WILLIAMS. Richard D. — Route 1. Bonnieville 42713 — 765-4216. 

737-5636 
WILLIAMS. Terry R — 1 1 05 Crestview Way. Prospect 40059 — 228- 

4593. 561-5038 
WILLIS. Donald A. — Rt. 1. Box 1-22. Prestonsburg 41653 — 886- 

3095. 285-3407 
WILSON. James L. — 3819 Greenwich Way. Louisville 40218 — 

491-4683 
WILSON. Kelly W — C-206, Cooperstown, Lexington 40508 — 

259-1175, 257-1681 
WINFREY, William Steven — 315 Dorchester, Bowling Green 42101 

— 781-5507, 781-6400 

WINTER, Andrew J. — 310 Clay Hall. Transylvania Univ.. Lexing- 
ton 40508 — 233-8688 

WOOD, Walter A — Rt 1 , Leesburg Rd , Georgetown 40324 — 863- 
2553, 232-7355 



VANBOGAERT, Steve — 8614 Woodvalley Ln., Jeffersontown WOODWARD. Mark A — 513 Eastwood Dr.. Owensboro 42301 - 



40299 — 239-4224 
VANDERMALE. John — 395 Redding Rd.. #76, Lexington 40502 — 

272-7735 
VAUGHN, William E. — 3016 Winding Trail. Edgewood 41017 — 

331-0826, 283-3451 
VICORY, Alan H. Jr. — 104 K. Winding Way, Covington 41011 — 

291-2661, 421-1151 
. WADE. Bill — R.R. #5. Box 27E. Morganfield 42437 — 389-1061. 

389-2419 
WADE. Charles O. — 453-A 8th Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121 — 624-7193. 

624-6525 
WAIDE, Harry D, — P.O. Box 449, Madisonville 42431 —821-1139, 

821-3870 
WALDROP, Tom — 103 Golfcart Dr., Mayfield 42066 — 247-2500, 

247-2734 



683-0797 
WRAY, Robert E. — 3702, Iron Horse Way, Louisville 40272 — 937- 

2946 
WRAY, Robert F — 3190 Burnham Ct., Lexington 40503 — 278- 

2886 
WRIGHT, Howard L. — 3911 Lewis Circle, Erianger 41018 — 342- 

7396, 731-9343 
WRIGHT, Jesse D. — Box 487, Neon 41840 — 855-7229, 855-4594 
WRIGHT, John David — 1758 Raleigh Rd., Lexington 40505 — 

293-1903, 254-0505 
WRIGHT, James Lloyd — Rt. 1. Oxford Rd.. Georgetown 40324 — 

863-3628, 232-4898 
WRIGHT, Jon B. — Box 487, Neon 41840 — 855-4096 
WUERTZ, John R. — 9805 Renown Ct.. Louisville 40299 — 267- 

8565. 491-4310 X-337 



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WYATT. Henry S. — Box 141, Rt, 4. Paris 40361 — 987-6420. 987- 

6779 
YANCEY, Henry L. — 9048 E. Estrada, Ft. Knox 401 21 — 624-6260. 

624-2411 
'I'ATES, George A — 516 Collier Ct., Lexington 40505 — 293-1033. 

564-3020 
YEISER. Gerald N, — 113 Windridge Dr, Winchester 40391 —744- 

5916. 255-9257 
YOUNG. James L — 709 Adela Ave,. Ludlow 41016 — 581-5419 
YOUNG. William F — 3348 Fir Tree Ln . Erianger 41018 — 342- 

8957. 261-2108 
YOUNGREN. Duane Robert — 2806 Rockford Ln.. Louisville 40216 

- 447-0206. 636-281 1 
ZIMMER. Ttiomas W — 1 14 Summit Dr . Ft Mitchell 41017 — 341- 

4566. 525-1344 
ZIRKLE. Roland E — 525-A Stryker Village 42223 — 431-5128. 

798-2310 
ZOGG. Joe F — 2002 Lydia Dr . Owensboro 42301 — 683-0152. 

926-3725 



1980-81 BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 
REGISTERED WITH K.H.S.A.A. 

If only one telephone number is given, it is the home phone 
unless otherwise designated. It two numbers are listed, the first is 
that of the home phone. 

Acton, Claude J. — Rt. 3 Box 174B. Somerset 42501 — 379-6479; 

379-2360 
Adams. Benny — General Delivery, Buckhorn 41721 
Adams. Beverly S — 1 10 Tahoma Road, Lexington 40503 — 278- 

0891: 253-3680 
Adams, Wesley — Hendricks, Salyersville 41441 — 349-2242 
Adkins, Jerry W. — Poplar St . Harlan 40831 — 573-2314; 573-9188 
Adkins, fvladison L. — 200 Rockwell Village, Winchester 40391 — 

744-7794; 744-6000 
Akins, Clyde B. — 827 Jones St., Paducah 42001 — 443-5262; 444- 

6311 X-494 
Alexander, Donald E — RR#2, Milton 40045 — 502/268-3444; 812/ 

346-6100 
Alexander, Ron J — 211 Main St., Harlan 40831 — 606/573-1490; 

573-5022 
Allen, Alvis — RR #4 Box 205, Ashland 41101 — 606/928-5635 
Allen, Christopher T. — Rt. 2 Box 567. Portsmouth OH 45662 —614/ 

776-6492; 354-2836 
Allen, James F — Box 511, Loyall 40854 — 573-1595; 573-1175 
Allen, Thomas Eugene — Rolling Heights, Brandenburg 40108 — 

422-4360; 422-4931 
Allen, Yvon — Box 377, Hazard 41701 — 606/378-7391; 378-7761 
Amis. John Paul — Rt. 1, Box 21 Buckhorn 41721 —606/398-7591 
Anders, Raleigh A. — Rt. 4, Box 3720 Keavy 40737 — 864-4060; 

528-3912 
Anderson, Danny D — 7001 Daisy Ave., Louisville 40258 — 935- 

8211; 288-6611 
Anderson, Ralph — Rt. 7, Box 144 Bowling Green 42101 — 502/ 

563-4123; 563-2911 
Arnold, Eddie — Rt. 1 Box 1 1 0, Catlettsburg 41 1 29 — 739-5686,739- 

4166 X-8292 
Arnold, James R. — 6949 Lynnfield Ct. Apt. 131, Cincinnati OH — 

45243 - 341-8437; 561-4225 
Arvin, Joseph M. — 509 N. Lexington, Wilmore 40390 — Bus. 254- 

3816 
Ash, Mikie L. — 2667 Delta Ct., Radcliff 40160 — 502/351-1893; 642- 

5652 
Asher, Noah Michael — Rt 3 Berea 40403 — 606/986-9040; 986- 

8411 
Asher, Ralph — Box 232, Olive Hill 41164 — 286-2081 
Asher, Timothy — Box 232, Olive Hill 41164 — 286-2081; 783-4472 
AshursL Michael Lee — St. Rt Box 00, Wa-lins 40873 — 664-3910; 

573-5027 
Atwood, Bobby — Route 2. Hustonville 40437 — 346-2761; 236- 

1421 
Atzinger, Phyllis M. — 5533 Arid Lane. Louisville40258 — 449-1258 
Ault, Delbert F — 184 Park Ave., #24, Lexington 40508 — Bus. 276- 

4393 
Bailey, Joe — Park City 42160 — 502/749-3481; 749-3421 
Bain. Stanley T — 1 102 Nancylee Dr., Louisville 40213 — 502/366- 

0248; 587-1292 
Bair, David J. — 1436 Mt. Ranier, Lexington 40502 — 272-5793; 269- 

3326 
Baird, Deborah A. — 320 Somerset St., Stanford 40484 — 365-2409; 

236-3150 



Baker, James Preston — 3226 Glengyle Ave., Cincinnati 45208 — 

321-2769; 241-5640 
Baker, Janice F — 12504 Echo Bridge, Middletown 40243 — 502/ 

245-6976; 812/945-2538 
Baldwin, Carl R. — Rt. 4 Box 917. Williamsburg 40769 — 606/549- 

3485 
Baldwin, Dennis E. — 4605 Myrick PI., Valley Station 40272 — 935- 

0667 
Ball, Charles Philip — Box 991, Middlesboro 40965 — 248-4806; 

248-2125 
Banks, Paul "Buddy" Jr — 928 Diedrich Dr., Flatwoods 41139 — 

836-4807; 836-9419 
Barnard, Phillip E — Rt 10 Box 154-E, London 40741 —864-9265; 

878-9300 
Barnes, Barry L — Rockport 42369 — 274-3028 
Barnes, Conard Gene — Box 202, Rockport 42369 — 274- 9362 
Barnhill, E. Carl — 416 Columbia Way, Bowling Green 42101 — 

502/781-5400; 781-9600 
Barrett, William C — RR #2 Hickory Ridge, Waddy 40076 — 502/ 

839-5287; 564-3540 
Bartley, Joseph R. — Box 483. Muldraugh 40155 — 942-6323; 624- 

3046 
Barton. Ronald G — L-6 Seminary Village. Louisville 40280 — 897- 

5491 
Basham. Sandy L. — 781 1 Terry Rd . Louisville 40258 — 935-6786 
Basler. Mel — 1473 Jocasta Dr . Lexington 40502 — 606/273-5394; 

253-0531 
Batchelder. John William — Rt 5, Paris 40361 — 606/299-6413 
Bates. J R — Box 2. Ermine 41815 — 832-4487; 832-6222 
Baumann. Michael G — 103 Center St . Wilder 41071 —431-7034. 

948-5900 
Baxter. William H—113Wedgewood,GlaEgow42141 —651-3300; 

651-8859 
Beach. Darren W — 1521 Magnolia. Bowlmg Green 42101 — 781- 

2075; 782-2900 X-291 
Beard. Charles H. — Box 176, Lewisport 42351 — 295-3842; 927- 

6960 
Beck, Robert E. — 7530 Merlyn Circle. Louisville 40214 — 502/368- 

1965 
Beckner. Gene — Box 32, Manchester 40962 — 606/843-6077; 598- 

2161 
Beighle, Charles L — Route 2, Williamstown 41097 — 606/824- 

6433 
Belcher, Gerald T — 812 Smith Dr., Bowling Green 42101 — 842- 

0882; 843-3249 
Belcher, Ronald Scott — 103 Thornburg Lane, Barboursville WV 

25504 - 304/736-4229; 606/836-3128 
Bell, Clarence T — 3812 Meadow Haven Rd., Louisville 40218 — 

491-2846; 582-6034 
Bell. Gregory — Box 312, Belfry 41514 — 606/353-4730 
Bell, Ronald Keith — 239 Tucker Station Rd.. Middletown 40243 — 

502/245-6036; 502/423-1711 
Berns. Thomas Earl — 24 St. Jude Circle, Florence 41042 — 371- 

6135 
Bertrand, Earl F. — 544 Accrusia Ave., Clarksville IN 47130 — 283- 

8721; 589-4841 
Bertsch, Ronald L. — 1 13 Moock Rd., Southgate 41071 — 581-5790; 

381-0890 
Beshears, James T — 41 1 E. Hall. Dawson Springs 42408 — 797- 

8809; 821-2824 
Bevins, Wallace I. — Box 091, Forest Hills 41527 — 606/237-4611; 

353-7229 
Bibelhauser, Nancy L — 135 San Jose Ct., Louisville 4021 6 — 448- 

2800; 560-0162 
Biliter, Kenneth N. — 337 Linden Walk Apt. 5, Lexington 40508 — 

254-2073; 255-7196 
Black, Donald L — 126 Balsinger St., London 40741 — 864-9496; 

864-6734 
Blair, Jeff — Box 224, Hindman 41822 — 606/785-5844; 785-3133 
Blakeman, Mike T. — 1035 Legion Park Rd., Greensburg 42743 — 

502/932-3461 
Bland, Charles V — 11112 Thunder Dr., Louisville 40272 — 502/ 

935-4030; 581-2306 
Bogar, Joseph D — Box 152, Hardy 41531 — 606/353-9540; 353- 

7291 X-35 
Bohanon, Alan K. — 106 Ridgecrest Dr., Campbellsville 42718 — 

502/465-5400; 465-2877 
Bond, Terry Lee — 1 1 Circle Dr., Crestview 41067 — 41 1-0723; 421- 

1400 
Borie, Jon — 1301 Kentucky St., Bowling Green 42101 — 502/842- 

4636; 843-3249 
Boucher, Larry Gene Jr. — 206 Pin Oak Place, Frankfort 40601 — 

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Bovinet, Gerald — 7712 Dingle Dell Rd., Louisville 40214 — 368- Carlton, Robert W. — 506 S. Railroad St., Earlington 42410 — 383- 

4677 3651:767-2249 

Bowling, Donald E, — 503 Scott Ave., Pikevllle 41501 —437-7243; Carnes, D. Dv^ight — 213A Wilson Lane, Middlesboro 40965 — 248- 

432-2733 3193; 248-2394 

Boyd, Billy C — Rt 1, Box 138C, Paris 40361 —606/987-2411; 269- Carr, Stanley David — Rt. 1, Box 114J, Science Hill 42453 — 606/ 

2336 423-2996; 423-3037 

Bradley, Phillip D — 1530Quincy St , Louisville40206 — 583-5138; Casey, Ancie L. — Freeburn 41528 — 456-8123 

589-9339 Cash, Charles C — 616 Hemlock Dr., Calvert City 42029 — 395- 
Brady, Ron — 7059 Manderlay, Florence 41042 — 727-2260; 431- 4709; 395-4165 X-217 

6133 Catron, Ken — 164 Lakeshore Dr. #12, Lexington 40502 — 606/ 
Branham, Donald R — 21 1 Holiday Rd,, Winchester 40391 — 744- 269-7507; 744-1832 

1156; 744-6412 Cecil, JimmieR. —Box 193, Stanville 41659 — 478-9839; 478-9138 

Branham, George — 2708 Lorraine St , Ashland 41 101 —325-3690; Cessna, Clayborn Jr. — Box 664, Central City 42330 — 754-5304; 

329-7253 754-2230 

Brantley. Delmer L — 1119N Main, Henderson 42420 — 502/826- Chaff in, John B, — Rt. 4LongviewSubd., Russellville42276 — 502/ 

7551; 533-6224 726-8836; 726-6434 

Brashear, Loy Ray — Rt 8, Box 52, Elizabethtovifn 42701 — 502/ Chapman, Thomas W — Rt 3 Carpenter Pk., Versailles 40383 — 

737-5127 873-4927; 873-3181 

Brautigam, Dwight D — Box 3, 1435 S. Lime, Lexington 40503 — Chappie, Charles A. — 1532 Holman St., Covington 41011 —581- 

277-4889 5841 ; 431-1300 

Bredenberg. Tom W — 439 Swan Circle, Elsmere 41018 — 342- Charles, Paul f^itchell — 178 Leader Ave. Apt 16, Lexington 40508 

9926; 541-2330 — 254-5231 

Breeden. Wayne T — Box 19, Blanding I, Lexington 40526 — 257- Chasteen, Rick — 301 Highland, Cynthiana 41 031 —606/234-6569; 

3140 234-6664 

Breegle, Bruce M — 1536 Chestnut St , Bowling Green 42101 — Chinn, Robert J. — Rt #1, Hartford 42347 — 502/298-7668; 926- 

842-0778, 843-1814 4848 

Brewer, Charles A. — 4407 Billy BoneCt., Louisville 40229 — 964- Christopher, Randall S. — Rt. 1, Irvine 40336 — 723-4386; 744-3464 

9741 Clark, Betty Lou — Rt 1, Box 68, Webster 40176 — 496-4216; 756- 
Brewer, Preston E — 1115 Catherine, Metropolis IL 62960 — 618/ 6365 

524-7050; 524-431 5 Clark, Edwin Martin — 1 1 4 S. Pin Oak Dr., Lexington 40503 — 277- 
Brockman, Gerald K. — 101 5 Sir Lancelot Lane, Louisville 40222— 5386; 269-6711 

425-6133; 566-4047 Clay, Scott L. — 106 Love St., Glasgow 42141 — 502/651-5676 

Brooks, Stephen L. — 305 Parkwood Place, Frankfort 40601 — 502/ Claycomb, Eddie H. — Rt. 3, Horse Cave 42749 — 786-2796; 651- 

223-0734; 223-1115 9005 

Brooks, Wallis — 1071 Vine St , Paris 40361 — 606/987-3439 Clemons, Robert L. — Box 45, Sharpsburg 40374 — 606/247-5001; 
Brown, Barr^ D — 330 Weil Lane, Nicholasville 40356 — 885-6657, 498-2660 

252-4902 Clevenger, Mike G — Rt. 3 box 249-A, Catlettsburg 41129 — 606/ 
Brown, David H — Box 121, Caneyville 42721 — 502/879-9511; 739-4021 

879-6241 Clore, Ken — Box 2, Burlington 41005 — 586-5436; 689-7616 

Brown, Gary L. — Rt. 1. Box 31 Bremen 42325 — 502/525-3237 Coffey, Charles E. — 4306 Cathay Court, Louisville 40219 — 968- 
Brqwn, Judy C — 10202 Chico Court, Louisville40291 — 239-21 95 0003; 367-3503 

Brown, Nicholas W—Rt. 2, Box 341 Dawson Springs 42408 — 669- Coffman, W. Steve — 4902 Swaps Lane, Louisville 40216 — 502/ 

4384; 821-5620 447-0658; 585-3249 

Brown, RickieFay — 105-AEmbarkCt.,Glasgow42141 —502/651- Cole, Terry D — Route 2, Auburn 42276 — 542-4378; 726-7593 

9224, 651-8877 Coleman, C. Ronald — 5263 Stafford Hts., Independence 41051 — 
Brown, Ronnie E — Rt. 4 Box 608, Mt. Vernon 40456 — 606/256- 606/356-2002; 513/621-7500 

2195, 748-9965 Colley, Lynn W. — 906 Elizabeth Dr., Hopkinsville 42240 — 885- 
Brown, Stanley — Box 1037, Ulvah 41856 — 633-0262 1353; 886-4463 

Brown, Stevan J — 10 Skyline Dr., Crestview 41076 — 781-4674 Collier, Burnard — Box 38, Sidney 41564 — 606/353-7620; 353- 
Brown, Wendell — 513 W. 16thSt., London40741 — 864-2372; 878- 7239 

8900 Collins, Hubert — U.S. 23, Wittensville 41274 — 606/297-31 52; 297- 
Browning, Wayne — 7080 Fowler Dr., Madisonville 42431 — 821- 3361 

5958 Combs, Sherman — Box 47, Feds Creek 41524 — 606/631-1723; 
Bryant, Connie — General Delivery, Shelby Gap 41563 — 606/639- 835-2277 

4736 Comer, Mark T. — Rt 3, Maysville 41056 — 606/742-2191; 564-5161 

Bryant, Jimmy W —4916 Determine Lane, Louisville 4021 6 — 448- Compton, Adolphus H — 9807LancewoodRd., Louisville 40229 — 

4153; 363-2332 969-2577 

Bryson, G. Moore — Rt 3 Box 81 , Smiths Grove 421 71 — 678-4185 Compton, Jerry T — 107 Pin Oak Dr., Lancaster 40444 — 792-4569; 
Buerger, Timothy W. — 406 Caldwell Dr., Elsmere 41018 — 727- 236-9400 

3283; 242-5151 Conley, Jimmy L. — Box 67, Mousie 41839 — 946-2442; 447-2111 

Bugg, James M — 1784 Meadow Lane, Henderson 42420 — 502/ Cook, Chandlar D — Box 11, Corbin 40701 — 523-0903; 528-6838 

827-0070; 533-6996 Cook, Donald Wayne — 3268 Mt. Foraker Dr., Lexington 40502 — 
Bullock, Larry E. — Box 11, Brodhead 40409 — 758-8301; 256-2195 273-2418; 278-8124 

Bunch,WilliamTerrell — Rt.2.Box142,Williamsburg40769 — 606/ Cook, Edwin S. Ill — Box 361, Olive Hill 41164 — 606/286-5118; 

549-2259; 549-1870 474-5907 

Bunch, Lawrence O. — General Delivery — Williamsburg 40769 — Cook, Preston — 219 Jan St., Campbellsville 42718 — 502/465- 

606/549-1544; 878-7311 6426 

Burkeen, Phillip C. —659 Wakefield Ave., Bowling Green 42101 — Cooper, Frederick — 4811 Lunenburg Dr., Louisville 40223 — 502/ 

842-4182; 782-0088 245-1895; 245-2893 

Burkart, Robert L. — 507 Bunker Ct., Ft. Wright 41011 —606/341- Cooper, John F. — 512 E. Third St., Augusta 41002 — 606/756- 

4035; 341-0400 X-233 2373; 513/243-5037 

Burton, Bill J. — Box 217, Eddyville 42038 — 388-9980; 965-3308 Copley, Sidney M, — 2660 Guyan Ave., Huntington WV 25702 — 
Bush, Karmen B — 5814 BrandywyneCt., Louisville 40291 —239- 523-5644; 475-2141 

5627; 267-7486 Cornelison, Michael R— Box 7, Berea 40403 — 606/986-9568; 233- 
gyars, Don W III — 1928 Cottonwood Dr., Lexington 40503 — 223- 2557 

2012; 258-8892 Cornett, Lewis Dean — Rt 2, Box 153, Hindman 41822 — 606/785- 
Cambron, John Lane — 4 Congress Dr.. Morganfield 42437 — 502/ 3729; 436-2668 

389-3087; 389-2876 Cox, James M— 1678 Elliott Ave, Ashland 41 101 —329-1413; 324- 
Campbell, Dexter Lane — Ulvah 41856 — 606/633-2835; 633-9881 5533 

Campbell, Rick A — 594 Magnolia, Bowling Green 42101 —502/ Craft, Robert E — Box 625, South Shore 41175 — 932-4018; 932- 

781-6187; 843-8748 3131 X-221 

Garden, L Gene — 1706 Barley Way, Bowling Green 42101 —502/ Crawford, Rick A. — Rt. 5, Lawrenceburg 40342 — 502/839-7432; 

781-0575 564-2900 



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Creekmora. Milford Burl 1st — Box 368. Pine Knot 42635 — 606/ 

354-2846; 376-8585 
Crick, Dwaine — Box 373, Nortonville 42442 — 676-8397 
Crick, James E, — Rt 3, Greenville 42345 — 338-5057; 338-3033 
Crittenden, Fred M, — 9028-C Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121 —624- 

5909; 624-8440 
Cross, Roger — Doe Valley Pk.. Brandenburg 40108 — 502/422- 

3870; 422-4931 
Crov^e, Mark C. — Rt. 1, Box 95-C, Stanton 40380 — 606/663-5016; 

663-2242 X-43 
Crowell, Jimmy D. —607 Barnes St., Providence 42450 — 502/667- 

2908 
Crume, Jane B. — Box 463, Bardstown 40004 — 348-8076; 348- 

8537 
Crump, Edv^ard G — 7862-A Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 401 21 — 502/ 

624-5961. 624-6933 
Crutcher, Marion — Rt. 1, Box 294, Irvington 40146 — 502/536- 

3476, 547-4491 
Crutcher. Paul M. — Rt. 1. Box 148. Ekron 40117 — 502/828-3745 

624-8349 
Cummms, E Ray — 8705 Fern Viev* Dr., Fern Creek 40291 — 239- 

4014 
Cummins, Wayne — Rt. 4, Stanford 40484 — 346-4827 
Cundiff, Curt — Rt 2 Box 920, Morehead 40351 — 784-7320; 784- 

4604 
Cunnmgham. Bobby R. — Box55. PikeviMe41501 —432-1528; 437- 

6294 
Cunningham. John Alan — 4900 Running Fox Dr.. Sheperdsville 

40165 — 957-4670; 957-3540 
Cunningham. Robert L. — Box 576. Stanton 40380 — 663-2674. 

886-9116 
Cupp. Jackie R — Rt. 4 Box 499-B. London 40741 — 864-6886; 878- 

9300 
Curlis. Ella Mae — 308 Upland Dr.. Stanford 40484 — 365-9955. 

365-9920 
Curry, Howard Mark — 2149 Robm Rd., Bowling Green 42101 — 

502/781-2105; 842-2481 X-74 
Curry, Randall L. — 203A McFerran, Horse Cave 42749 — 786- 

1559; 786-1697 
Curtsmger, Garvey L — Rt. 3, Carlisle 4031 1 — 289-2003, 234-2340 
Dallas, Stephen K. — 27 Laurel Dr.. Hebron 41 048 — 689-5272; 485- 

7727 
Damron. Adam G — 303 Carolina. Winchester 40391 — 744-7901 
Daniels, Jerry W — 105 Knox St., Barbourville 40906 — 606/546- 

4270; 546-3127 
Daniels. Robert A — 1107 McKenzie Add.. VanLear 41265 — 606/ 

789-3931; 789-1201 
Dant. Joseph B. — 2913 Sheldon Rd.. Louisville 40218 — 502/491- 

7196; 491-3440 
Davis. Jay W. — 710 Pineridge Dr. Hopkinsville 42240 — 885-4684. 

886-9604 
Davis. Harold T. — Rt. 3. Beaver Dam 42320 — 274-4159; 274-7893 
Davis. Larry Wayne — Box 2. Barbourville 40906 — 606/546-5639 
Davis. Wayne L. — 585 Storey Ave.. Harrodsburg 40330 — 606/734- 

7019; 502/223-8211 
Davis, William R — Box314, Inez41224 — 606/298-4245; 298-7721 
Day, Jack L. — 605 Morehead St., Central City 42330 — 754-4700; 

754-2272 
Decker, James F. — 14010 Beckley Trace, Louisville 40223 — 245- 

6361; 245-0238 
Delaney, William T. —5 Hidden Valley, Lawrenceburg 47025— 812/ 

537-4399 
Denham, Edward G — Rt. 5 Box 483, Berea 40403 — 986-1 1 38; 623- 

5121 
Dennedy, T. Robert — 5994 N Glen Rd., Cincinnati 45211 — 574- 

3125; 574-3511 
DeVary, William B. — 3237 Raven Circle. Lexington 40502 — 277- 

7237; 232-7134 
Diamond. Rufus F. — Box 634. Williamson WV 25661 — 235-8617; 

475-241 1 
Dierig. Thomas H. — 4 Joseph PI.. Cold Spring 41076 — 781-4470 
Divine. Wayne L. — 626 Walnut. Central City 42330 — 754-2783; 

754-4474 
Dixon. Oscar — 137 Ridge Lea. Williamstown 41097 — 606/823- 

0371; 824-4402 
Dixon. Ronald R — Rt. 2 Box 393. Ashland 41 101 — 928-9691 ; 325- 

7828 
Doll. Allen — Rt. 1. Campbellsburg 40011 — 502/732-4512; 606/ 

485-7689 
Dossett. Mac L. — Rt. 4. Marion 42064 — 965-2804; 965-3866 
Drake. John E. — 312 E. Main St. #8. Georgetown 40324 — 863- 

5434; 863-8440 
Driskell. Earl Jr. — 7813 Fairmeadows Lane. Louisville 40222 — 

426-6863; 448-4620 



Duncan. William H. — 1028B Drennan Park. Ft. Campbell 42223 — 

615/431-3280; 798-3696 
Durbin. Hade — 303 Morningside Dr.. Elizabethtown 42701 — 502/ 

765-7893; 769-2359 
Durbin. Roy — 2911 Dale Ann Dr.. Louisville 40220 — 502/452- 

1730; 895-0315 
Duvall. Thomas J. Sr. — 4705 Andrea Way. Louisville 4021 9 — 964- 

8455; 361-8332 
Eades. Mark — 905 Bevan. Central City 42330 — 754-3647 
Ebel. Jack D. — 1225 Venetian Circle. Lexington 40502 — 273- 

2372; 654-6981 
Edwards. W Glenn — Box 573. Monticello 42633 — 606/348-9583; 

348-6001 
Edwards. Wayne D — 118 Avery Dr.. Greensburg 42743 — 502/ 

932-4960; 932-5391 
Effinger. Sharon Marie — 4703 Lynn Lea Rd.. Louisville — 40216 — 

447-4198 
Eha. C. Steven — 704 Woodland. Lexington 40508 — 259-1976 
Elkins. Wayne — Rt 2. Box 69A. Jenkins 41537 — 606/;639-4734 
Elliott. Jerry O — 805 Barbourville St.. Corbin 40701 — 606/528- 

6579; 528-5311 
Elliott. Michael C. — Rt 3A. Springfield 40069 — 606/336-7543; 

336-3681 
Ellis, Kenneth G — 39 Kenner St , Ludlow 41016 — 292-0177; 261- 

6840 
Ensslin, Charles W — Box 564, Barbourville 40906 — 546-8503; 

546-8661 
Ernspiker, Gary Richard — 8121 Lake Avenue#10, Louisville 40222 

— 423-0288, 896-9434 
Ernst, Danny Lee — 7404 Oswego Circle, Louisville 40214 — 502/ 

368-5565; 367-3366 
Etienne, Donald H. — Star Rt , Box 296, Magnet IN 47555 — 812/ 

843-5265; 547-2316 
Evans, Alvin — 305 Rose St . Jellico TN 37762 — 615/784-7636; 

784-6420 
Evans, Danny R. — Box 507. Elkhorn 41522 — 754-5244; 754-7132 
Evans. Lewis — Rt. 2. Morgantown 42261 — 526-4310; 526-3361 
Everage. Richard — Rt 2 Box 270. Hazard 41701 —251-4437; 251- 

3837 
Everly. Phyllis J. — Rt 2. Central City 42330 — 502/754-2304, 476- 

8775 
Everly Randy — Rt 1. Beaver Dam 42320 — 502/274-9768; 232- 

4213 
Farhat. Ned — 2391 Heather Way. Lexington 40503 — 278-2834; 

254-3277 
Farley. Jimmy — 120 Lynnwood Dr.. Lancaster 40444 — 606/792- 

4874; 253-4404 
Faulk. Terry W — 743 Clearview. Madisonville 42431 — 825-4383; 

639-5081 
Featherstone. Jerry — Box 414. 203 Parker St . Mayfield 42066 — 

502/247-7448; 247-3553 
Featherstone, John E. — 3416 Kramers Lane #39, Shively 40216 — 

448-1483 
Feger, George — 2602 Mt Vernon Ct., Louisville 40220 — 502/451- 

4190; 968-3361 
Feher, Al J. — Box 746. Lynch 40855 — 848-2547. 848-5431 
Feltner. Danny — Rt. 2 Box 151 -A. Hazard 41701 — 436-5152; 436- 

3155 
Fields. Jerry W. — Rt. 1 Box 246. Maysville 41056 — 606/883-3233; 

564-201 1 
Fields. Rufus Jr — Rt. 12 Box 297. London 40741 — 606/864-5041 

878-7301 
Fine. Michael B. — Box 205. Flemingsburg 41041 — 606/849-2941 

845-9331 
Finley. James Howard — 400Hilldale. Paducah 42001 —442-9037 

442-7919 
Fisher. Steven R. — Smith Mills 42487 — 533-6396; 876-8843 
Fitzer, Carl R — 5619 Taylor Mill. Covington 41015 — 356-8700; 

356-3541 
Flesch. Jerome P. — 3113 Lawrence Drive. Edgewood 41017 — 

606/341-8223; 513/684-2176 
Fletcher, John — 1301 Tanglewood Dr.. Corbin 40701 —528-2291; 

528-3902 
Floyd. Joe W. — Rt. 1. Lancaster 40444 — 792-2728; 236-7200 
Floyd. Paul Jr — Spencer Pk., Hope 40334 — 498-3124 
Foutch, Enoch Jr.— 244 Liberty St., Box 715, Lynch 40855 — 848- 

2587. 573-5000 
Fox, Curtis Howard — 1512 Murray St., Mayfield 42066 — 502/247- 

0799; 247-3106 
Fox. Joanna — Drakesboro 42337 — 502/476-2969; 338-4650 
Francis. James "Frankie" — Box 50. Garrett 41630 — 606/358- 

9398; 886-2354 

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(Left to Right) Front Row: G. Wellt, C. Hampton, R. Smith, B. Brown, D. Gray, S. BIythe, B. 
Bellamy, J. Smotherman, T. Smith, K. Lee. Second Row: J. Wooldrldge, O. ShIfflet, T. Williams, S. 
Pillow, G. Head, D. McCormIck, E. Hanks. T. Wllklns, D. Grodon, S. Farmer, K. Barrett, T. 
Covington, K. Fruits, M. Woods. Third Row: J. Todd, M. Jackson, J. Long, K. Katz, T. Allen, T. 
Knuckles, S. Williamson, R. Camp, M. Bibb, M. GIbbs, W. Allison, R. Arnold. 



Russellville 20 Murray 13 

Russellville Franklin Simpson 20 

Russellville 46 Todd County 

Russellville 8 Ft. Campbell 38 

Russellville 51 Crittenden Co. 20 



Russellville 33 Fulton 

Russellville 28 Ballard Memorial 20 

Russellville 14 Trigg County 7 

Russellville 27 Fulton Co. 3 



PLAYOFFS 

Russellville 10 Tompkinsville 

Russellville 26 Owen County 13 

Russellville 16 Bellevue 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: G. Guthler, B. Veatch, D. Miller, B. Sutkamp, S. Carver. Second Row: S. Crittenden, K. Fausz, 
O. Grau, B. Guthier, J. Crawford, M. Hatch, D. Walz, A. Schreiber. Third Row: J. IHurtt, S. C\aTk, E. Rauh, M. Sutltamp, D. 
Keiiy, R. Swope, B. Dezarn, M. Wormaid. Fourth Row: J. Guillen, B. Schwierjohann, V. Leopold, B. Huninghalce, D. McGaha, 
J. Veatch, M. Mercer, L. Stephens. Fifth Row: C. Sutkamp, R. Winter, J. Groneck, M. Rafferty, M. King, A. Brock, D. Eaton, L. 
Bernitt. Sixth Row: J. Morton, R. Ebert, D. Kaeiin, T. Kern, R. South, J. Cashweii. 

PARIS — CLASS A, REGION II, DISTRICT I, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: D. Hawkins, M. Florence, M. Judy, M. Bell, D. Weils, I. Rice, G. Brooks, D. Duncan, K. Crumble, 
B. Cloyd, M. Fryer, T. Dale, K. Myers, T. Crumbia. Second Row: E. Johnson, M. Walton, T. Howard, B. Luther, R. Sargent, 
T. Merringer, J. Livengood, G. Rankin, G. Richardson, L. Emmons, W. Miles, D. Crumble, E. Smith. Third Row: S. Beheler, 
J. Stanfield, B. Wall, C. Mitchell, S. Baker, B. Williamson, K. Brown, C. Duncan, J. Clark, K. Brockman, T. Parrish, T. Rice, 
M. Mack. Fourth Row: J. Reed, D. Wells, R. Dumphord, K. McCarty, S. Scott, H. Hutsell, B. Clark, R. Clark, D. Puckett, 
R. Powell (Mgr.). 

TOMPKINSVILLE — CLASS A, DISTRICT 2, REGION I, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Guffey, D. Kir, M. Petett, G. High, M. Baxter, J. Gerughty, D. Gearalds, B. Complon, S. 
Kirkpatrick, B. Harlin. Second Row: Coach McClendon, B. Emmert, R. Kirk, D. Kirk, C. Tooley, D. Copas, J. Graves, J. 
Tooley, D. Anderson, C. Hundley, F. Pipkin, 8. Turner, Coach Miller. Third Row: J. Finley, T. Graves, N. Gearalds, J. Jenkins, 
J. Graves, K. Rich, B. Miles, R. Murphy, C. Harlin, J. Petett, B. Tooley, B. Smith, M. Pipkin, Coach Moore, Coach VanZant. 
Fourth Row: Coach Carter, B. McClendon, B. Crowe, K. Pruitt, J. Finley, B. Murphy, D. Anderson, T. Dubree, J. Emmert, 
K. Anderson, S. Headrick, D. Dyer, K. Hagan, R. Davis, R. Whiles, B. Baker, J. Gerughty. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of ttie 
Kentucky High Sctiool Athiietic Association 



VOL XLIII — No. 5 



DECEMBER, 1980 



$2.00 Per Year 



DELEGATE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at the 
forthcoming 1981 annual meeting of the Association were 
elected by the Board appointed state representatives of 
the K.H.S.A.A. There were several ties in the voting for 
delegate and alternate. These ties were broken recently, 
with the delegates and alternates determined by lot. Article 
IV, Section 2-c, of the Constitution states in the last 
sentence "If the duly elected delegate or alternate does not 
answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the Delegate 
Assembly, the district shall remain not represented." The 
names of the district representatives are as follows: 

Delegates 

(1) Ray C. Wilson, Jr., (2) Tom H. Stephenson, (3) C. 
W. Jones, (4) Bobby G. Miller, (5) Charles T. Elder, (6) 
Howard R. Crittenden, (7) James Henry. (8) Marshall 
Patterson, (9) Frank A. List, (10) Allen Miller, (11) Rob Cox, 

(12) Jake Russell, (13) Howard Gorrell, (14) Denval 
Barriger, (15) Jerry L. Harris, (16) David R. Sharp, (17) Bill 
Reynolds, (18) John Sullivan, (19) T. G. Florence, (20) 
Harry Loy, (21) Sister Maureen Coughlin, (22) Jerry 
Wilkinson, (23) Walter J. Pickett, (24) Mike McDaniel, (25) 
Jack Kleier, (26) John R. Whiting, (27) Tom McCarthy, (28) 
Arthur K. Draut, (29) James F. Huggins, (30) David Baird, 
(31) Bobby Simpson, (32) Steve Deskins, (33) Jim 
Johnson, (34) Jack Kaelin, (35) Bob Schneider, (36) 
Timothy Barrow, (37) Joe Judy, (38) Ron Reule, (39) Elza 
Whalen, Jr., (40) Danny Click, (41) Donald Hines, (42) Zeb 
Blankenship, (43) Mike Lamb, (44) Tommy Martin, (45) 
Johnnie Ray Laswell, (46) Mike Candler, (47) George 
Owen Horton, (48) C. L. Simpson, (49) Bruce Morris, (50) 
James Michael Davis, (51) James A. Pursifull, (52) Kirk 
Chiles, (53) Wm. Halliburton Greer, (54) Denny Fugate. 
(55) William A. Toler, (56) Charlie Duncil, (57) Ronald 
Gullett, (58) Denzil Halbert, (59) Thomas M Swartz, (60) 
John G'Brian, (61) Dienzel Dennis, (62) Don Gaunce, (63) 
Lafe Walters, (64) Eugene Clark. 

Alternates 

(1 ) Barkley Jones, (2) Steve Speed, (3) Boyd Whitt, (4) 
W. A. Franklin, (5) A. Y. Hodge, Jr., (6) Richard Vincent, (7) 
Lige Shadowen, (8) Fleming Thornton, (9) W P. Wheeler, 
(10) Jim Wilcox, (11) Damon Akridge, (12) Bob Burden, 

(13) Wallace Mason, (14) Don Webb, (15) Bill Jones, (16) 
Randall Grider, (17) Kenneth Tabb, (18) Bobby Embry, 
(19) Virgil Chambers, (20) David Payne, (21) Joseph 
McPherson, (22) Byron Bell, (23) John S. Pittenger. (24) 
Jim Watkins, (25) Paul Young, (26) Darrell Fox, (27) J. V. 
Reschar, Sr., (28) George E. Morrison, (29) Gary 
Dennison, (30) Gene Harper, (31 ) Billy E. Prewitt, (32) C. R. 
Wenderoth, (33) Bob Murdock, (34) Rev. Edwin B. Heile, 
(35) Carl Foster, (36) Chester Turner, (37) John Colbaugh, 
(38) Daniel Cooper, (39) Sister Jude Birck, (40) Robert 
Smith, (41) Ken Tippett, (42) James E. Gash, (43) Larry 
Blackford, (44) Bill Patton, (45) Marshall Norton, (46) Jack 
D. Portwood, (47) Eldon E. Davidson, (48) Harold Belcher, 
(49) Bobby Keith, (50) Bill Swafford, (51) Glen Taylor 
Collins, (52) Mike Jones, (53) James Rollins, (54) Randy 
Napier, (55) James 8. Goff, (56) Gary Pack, (57) A. B. 
Conley, (58) Frankie Francis, (59) Morris W. Justice, (60) 
James E. Hawkins, (61) Jerry Noblitt, (62) William 
Calhoun, (63) Richard Baker, (64) James Hutchinson. 



SWIMMING — REGIONAL SITES 
FEBRUARY 13-14, 1981 

Northern Kentucky - Site: Scott High School, 
Managers Andy Christofield and Dave Webb. 

Central Kentucky - Site: Eastern Kentucky University 
Manager, Tim Cahill. 

Western Kentucky - Site: Bowling Green High School 
Manager, John Strode. 

Louisville - Site: LaKeside Swim Club Manager Jack 
Thompson. 

State Swimming Meet - Eastern Kentucky University, 
Richmond, Kentucky, February 27 & 28, 1981, Manager 
Tim Cahill. 



GIRLS' GYMNASTICS - REGIONAL SITES 

Louisville - Saturday February 14, 1981, Site: Ky. 
Country Day, Manager, Debbie Howell. 

Central Kentucky - Wednesday, February 11, 1981, 
Site: Henry Clay High School, Manager. Marilyn Lemaster. 

State Gymnastics Meet (Boys & Girls) Site: Alumni 
Coliseum, Eastern Kentucky University, Date: Saturday, 
February 21, 1981. Boys Manager - Jim Nance, Girls 
Manager, Kathy Case. 



KHSAA Football Films Available 

Films of the final gannes of the 1979 Classes A, 
AA, AAA and AAAA Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Football Playoffs are now available by 
getting in touch with Mrs. Monroe, Film Library, 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 
40506, Phone number 258-2828. A small fee is 
charged to take care of the postage. 

The films were taken for the benefit of coaches, 
officials, players and fans and to promote emphasis 
on high school football. 

FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentuclcy's College of Education. The code 
letters "e, j, s, c, a" refer to elementary, junior high, senior 
high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy the 
particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not apply 
to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. 

Basketball 

BASKETBALL BY RUPP, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3 00 

Animated play diagrams, slow motion photography, 
and action shots are combined in this new film prepared 
under the personal direction of Mr Rupp, especially for 
coaching use. Among the drills and plays covered in this 
film are: pivot man's slide into the basket: Play No. 6, the 
famous Kentucky basket maker: legal screening: pene- 
tration zone defense; and the Kentucky fast break. 

Continued Next Page 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1980 



DECEMBER, 1980 Vol. XLIII, No. 5 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E, Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926 Publication No 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 
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Vice-Pres J D. Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Directors .. Charles D Black (1980-1984) Barbourville: 
John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon Coleman 
(1980-1984) Owensboro, Robie Harper, Jr. (1979-1983) 
Drakesboro, Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; 
Walter J Pickett (1980-1982) Valley Station; Barney 
Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville, Fairce O Woods 
(1979-1983) Flemingsburg, Conley Manning, State Dept 
of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate $2 GO per year 



From the Commissioner's Office 



FILMS 

Basketball 
(Continued) 



BASKETBALL BY THE RULES, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (30 min.) 

color, $1.00 

Penetrates beneath the surface of the game to provide 
a thorough examination of the playing rules and officiating 
procedures It will aid the fans as well as officials, coaches 
and players to better understand those difficult judgment 
decisions that occur constantly. (KHSAA) 
BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS — INDIVIDUAL TECH- 
NIQUES, j-s-c-a, 1% reels, $2.50 

Branch McCracken, Indiana University basketball 
coach, used his team to demonstrate the fundamentals of 
basketball. Slow motion photography is used to break the 
various court techniques down into easily grasped 
essentials. 
BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, $3.00 

(in state), $5.00 (out of state) 

This is the revised edition of the film "basketball by 
Rupp," prepared under the personal direction of Mr. Rupp 
especially for coaching use. 
BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, 

$2.00 

Basic movement skills (running, starting, stopping, 
turning) passing (finger control, movement with the pass, 
leading the receiver, choice of the right pass), catching 
(side pass, high pass), shooting (finger control, arm 
extension, wrist flip, choice of the right shot), dribbling, 
taking, and pivoting are demonstrated and explained in 
this film. 
BASKETBALL TODAY, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 min), color, 

$1.00 

This film differentiates between goal tending and 
basket interference. Why can't there be goal tending 



during a free throw? It takes all other questionable 
situations and simplifies them for the fans, players, 
coaches and officials in this new film. 
CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL — TEAM TECHNIQUES, 

j-s, 1 reel, $2.00 

Man-to-Man defense is shown, with the means best 
used under varying conditions 
DEFENSIVE FOOTWORK IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 

reel, $2.00 

Striding with an opponent, checking, maneuvering 
him out of position and other basic skills are illustrated, 
using special photography to demonstrate points. Re- 
bounding, pivoting and correlated arm action are taught 
also. 
LOUISVILLE MALE VS. ANDERSON COUNTY (1971 

Basketball Finals), e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, (33 min.). Color, 

Silent, $1.00 

The Male Bulldogs displayed their superiority in 
wearing down a smaller but talented Anderson County to 
win the championship for the second consecutive year, 83- 
66. (KHSAA) 
RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 

of 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels, $4.50 

This film presents the highlights of all the games, both 
regular season and tournament games, which led up to the 
U of K's Wildcats winning the NCAA basketball crown. 
SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Concentraing on the set shots, this film pictures the 
action of the throw, stance aim, trajectory, and fingertip 
control. Special attention is given total body coordination, 
especially inward rotation of the hand and arm making the 
throw. 
WINNING WAYS, 16mm (28 min), color (or black and 

white) 

The film is designed to provide the viewer with a better 
understanding of the rules and a finer appreciation of 
basketball as played at the interscholastic and intercol- 
legiate levels. Through the use of slow motion 
photography, stop action and instant replay, colorful and 
informative play situations are demonstrated by both boys' 
and girls' teams to illustrate the guidelines used by officials 
in making those tough judgment decisions that constantly 
occur in basketball. 



Wrestling 

JIU JITSU, j-s-c-a, 1 reel (13 min), $1.00 

Demonstrates the effective, dangerous Jiu Jitsu 
defense against knife, gun, club and mugging attacks. 
WRESTLING OFFICIATING ILLUSTRATED, j-s-c-a, 2 

reels, color $1.00 

Interpretations given in Wrestling Officiating Illus- 
trated have been made by the National Federation 
members of the Joint Rules Committee. The film covers 
takedowns, reversals, escapes, leaving the mat, stalling, 
scoring and illegal holds such as body slam, bar slam, full 
nelson and chicken wing Guidelines for officiating and 
interpreting the rules are provided. In all there are sixty 
separate scenes of wrestling. This film will provide the 
much needed guidance and proper interpretations for 
interscholastic competition. 
WRESTLING TODAY, 16mm, (17 min.), color 

This film displays the starting position on the mat, for 
the defensive and offensive man and also the referee's 
position. Also when control is gained, takedown, when 
control is lost or the escape, when control change is 
reversed. The near fall and pinning situations from a 
takedown standpoint, stalling tactics in neutral positions. 

This is a brief synopsis of the pertinent areas of the 
rules code illustrated in this color film. The movie was 
produced by the National Federation of State High School 
Associations. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1980 



Page Three 



1980 Kentucky High School Football Playoff Winners 

Finals — Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center 

Louisville, Kentucky 



REGION I 

District 1 — Russellville 10 



CLASS A 



District 2 — Tompkinsville 




nusseiivMit! ixi 




REGION II 

District 1 — Paris 




Owen County 13 


District 2 — Owen County 20 







Russellville 16 



REGION III 

District 1 — Bellevue 36 



District 2 — Raceland 6 



Bellevue 46 



REGION IV — District 1 
Sub-District 1 — Cumberland 7 

Sub-District 2 — Williamsburg 

District 2 
Sub-District 1 — Fleming Neon 14 



Cumberland 7 



Sub-District 2 — Paintsville 21 



Paintsville 31 



Paintsville 21 



Bellevue 



REGION 1 

District 1 — Fort Campbell 


CLASS AA 

20 




District 2 
Sub-District 1 — Glasgow 33 


Glasgow 6 


Fort Campbell 19 








Sub-District 2 — Green Co, 13 






Fort Campbell 7 






REGION II 

District 1 — Bardstown 


33 






District 2 
Sub-District 1 — Carroll Co. 36 


Carroll County 6 


Bardstown 7 








Sub-District 2 — East Carter 12 









REGION III 

District 1 — Russell County 8 



District 2 — Corbin 47 



Corbin 42 



REGION IV 

District 1 — Whitesburg 15 



District 2 — Pikeville 47 



Pikeville 13 



Corbin 16 



REGION I 

District 1 — Union County 12 



District 2 — Franklin Simpson 14 



CLASS AAA 

Franklin Simpson 26 



:] 



REGION II 

District 2 
Sub-District 1 — Meade Co, 36 





Meade County 24 


Sub-District 2 — LaRue Go. 6 


15 


District 2 — Woodford County 



Meade County 6 



Russellville 



State Chiampion 

Class A 

Nov. 28, 1980 



Corbin 



State Ctiampion 

Class AA 

Nov. 28, 1980 



Franklin Simpson 16 



Conner 54 



REGION III 

District 1 
Sub-District 1 — Conner 21 

Sub-District 2 — Newp o rt 16 

District 2 

Sub-District 1 — Whitley Co. 42 Whitley Co 8 
Sub-District 2 — Estill Co, 12 

REGION IV 
District 1 — Leslie Co 22 

District 2 — Belfry 21 



Conner 42 



Leslie County 13 



Conner 



Franklin-Simpson 



State Champions 

Class AAA 

Nov. 28, 1980 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1980 



1980 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 
CLASS AAAA ^ JEFFERSON COUNTY 



District 4 (W) — Trinity 24 





Trinity 13 


Trinity 7 




District 2 (R) — Falrdale 6 


Moore 








District 2 (W) — Moore 19 


Butler 






Trinity 31 


District 4 (R) — Ballard 14 


Butler 24 


Jefferson County 

Champion 

Class AAAA 

Nov. 21, 1980 


District 3 (W) — St. Xavler 6 




District 1 (R) — Butler 23 


Bishop David 14 




District 1 (W) — Bishop David 20 






District 3 (R) — Iroquois 3 







CLASS AAAA — STATE 



REGION I 

District 1 — Paducah Tllghman 40 



District 2 — Owensboro 14 



Paducah Tllghman 7 



REGION II 

District 1 — North Hardin 7 



District 2 — Shelby County 41 

REGION III 

District 1 — Henry Clay 23 



Shelby County 



Trinity 



Class AAAA Char 
Fairgrounds 
Nov. 29, 198( 



Paducah Tllghman 27 





Henry Clay 21 




District 2 — Madison Central 


Paul Blazer 6 






Henry Clay 20 


REGION IV 

District 1 — Campbell County 7 








District 2 — Paul Blazer 38 







Paducah Tllghman 8 



State Champion 
Class AAAA 
Nov. 21, 1980 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1980 



Page Five 



1980-81 K.H.S.A.A. MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND 
REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 



School 
D. 1 



D. 2 



D. 3 



D. 4 



Carlisle County 

Fulton 

Fulton County 

Hickman County 

Ballard Memorial 

Heatti 

Lone Oak 

Paducah Tilgtiman 

Reidland 

St. Mary 

Fancy Farm 

Farmington 

Lowes 

Mayfield 

Sedalia 

Symsonia 

Wingo 

Calloway County 

Marshall County 

Murray 



Address 

Bardwell 42023 
Fulton 42041 
Hickman 42050 
Clinton 42031 
Barlow 42024 
West Paducati 42086 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Paducah 42001 
Fancy Farm 42039 
Farmington 42040 
Lowes 42061 
Mayfield 42066 
Sedalia 42079 
Symsonia 42082 
Wingo 42088 
Murray 42071 
Benton 42025 
Murray 42071 



REGION I 

Principal 

Burley Mathis 

Barkley Jones 

Richard Wilkerson 

Ray Wilson 

Bob Rogers 

Don Werner 

Thomas H. Stephenson 

Dr. Jim Jackson 

Allen Franklin 

Rev Gerald Calhoun 

Donald M Jones 

C W Jones 

Charles Ford 

Ralph Colby 

Jimmy Wiggins 

Boyd Whitt 

Donald Spicer 

Jerry Ainley 

Bobby G Miller 

W, A Franklin 

REGION II 



Boys' 
Coach 

Craynor Slone 
Donald Call 
Joe Smith 
Dale Ray 
B B Kendrick 
John Waggoner 
Steve Speed 
Berny Miller 
Dennis Gourley 
Larry Hopper 
Joe Mikez 
Louis Sims 
James Long 
Roger Fields 
Ken Wray 
Steve Dreher 
Wayne Wadlington 
Charles Nute 
Bobby Toon 
Cary Miller 



Girls' 
Coach 

David Hoskins 
Wayne Lohaus 
Richard Henson 
Gerald Vaughn 
Frankie Haneline 
Bob Noles 
Cliff Owen 
David Roof 
Gary Cunningham 
Ricfiard Durbin 
Phillip Forester 
Terry Yates 
James C. Turner 
Lanny Lancaster 
Billy Kinsey 
Belinda Davidson 
Bridges Holland 
David Elliott 
Howard Beth 
Rick Fisher 



D. 5 Caldwell County 
Crittenden County 
Livingston Central 
Lyon County 
Trigg County 

D. 6 Henderson County 
Providence 
Union County 
Webster County 

D. 7 Dawson Springs 

Madisonviile North 

Hopkins 
South Hopkins 
West Hopkins 

D. 8 Christian County 
Fort Campbell 
Hopkinsville 
Todd County Central 
University Heights 
Academy 



D. 9 Apollo 

Daviess County 

McLean County 

Mount St Joseph 
Academy 

Owensboro 

Owensboro Catholic 
D. 10 Bremen 

Central City 

Drakesboro 

Graham 

Greenville 

Hughes Kirk 

Muhlenburg Central 
D. 11 Breckinridge Co. 

Frederick Fraize 

Hancock County 

St. Romuald 

Trinity 
D. 12 Butler County 

Fordsville 

Grayson County 

Ohio County 



Princeton 42445 
Marion 42064 
Burna 42028 
Eddyville 42038 
Cadiz 42211 
Henderson 42420 
Providence 42450 
Morganfield 42437 
Dixon 42409 
Dawson Springs 42408 

Madisonviile 42431 
Nortonville 42442 
Nebo 42441 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Ft Campbell 42223 
Hopkinsville 42240 
Elkton 42220 

Hopkinsville 42240 



Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Calhoun 42327 

Maple Mount 42356 
Owensboro 42301 
Owensboro 42301 
Bremen 42325 
Central City 42330 
Drakesboro 42337 
Graham 42344 
Greenville 42345 
Beechmont 42323 
Powderly 42367 
Harned 40144 
Cloverport 40111 
Lewisport 42351 
Hardinsburg 40143 
Whitesville 42378 
Morgantown 42261 
Fordsville 42443 
Leitchfield 42754 
Hartford 42347 



Charles T Elder 
A. Y. Hodge 
Kenneth Hardin 
Buddy Nichols 
August Pisa 
Howard R. Crittenden 
Wm. Darvis Snodgrass 
Richard V incent 
Dr. Otis Reed 
Philip Back 

Floyd Brown 
William Dunning 
Gary Morgan 
Barney Thweatt 
Bill Perry 
Harold Wood 
Andrew Renick 

Robert Baker 

REGION III 

Frank List 
W. P. Wheeler 
Charles R. Summers 
Sr Catherine 

Lauterwasser 
Bill Van Winkle 
Rev. Ed Bradley 
Ken Arbuckle 
Jim Wilcox 
James L. Stewart 
Carl Sparks 
J. R. Whitehead 
Allen J. Miller 
Perry F. Hill 
Rob Cox 

Dr. Leonard Ralph 
Herbert S Young 
Sr. Michael Friedmon 
Joseph M. Delehunt 
Darrel C. Hampton 
Bryce Roberts 
Teddy White 
Ray C. Johnson 



Harry Byrd 
Norm Weaver 
Don Ringstaff 
Doug Phelps 
Ray Maggard 
Bob Mulcahy 
James Crouse 
Tris Kington 
John Wilson 
Mark Adams 

Don Parson 
Lonnie Burgett 
Jim Beshear 
Lyie Dunbar 
Mike Warner 
Charles Hayslip 
Fred Harper 

Steve Smith 



John Whitmer 
Mike West 
Rick Johnson 



Randy Embry 
James Mueller 
Bryan Whitaker 
Bill Loney 
Robie Harper 
Taylor Sparks 
Steve Knight 
Randy Ursery 
Dale Todd 
Dean Hobbs 
Ed Belcher 
Wayne Chapman 
Roger Owen 
Mike Baker 
Robert Burden 
Patrick Jenkins 
Cecil Goff 
Don Williams 



William Fralick 
Joe McCord 
James Lewis 
Carroll Wadlington 
Jim Wallace 
Jerry Mezur 
Wayne Morris 
Bob Brantley 
Phil Gibson 
Linda Highfill 

Teresa Ashby 
Shirley Beshears 
Douglas Harris 
Lynn Colley 
Kenneth Killebrew 
Bob McCord 
Jerri Houckin 

Charles Hinson 



Willis McClure 
Jim Duke 
Andy Groves 

Martha Luckett 
Brant Talbott 
Mike Reeves 
Barry Barnes 
Mark Eades 
Robie Harper 
Mickey Strader 
Ron Wigglesworth 
Terry Shutt 
Sam Sparks 
Denny LaGrange 
Carroll McDonald 
David Cowden 
Neil Maddock 
Don Edge 
Diann Embry 
Darlene Ashby 
Mike Geary 
Janet Magan 



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D. 13 Adairville 

Auburn 

Chandlers Chapel 

Lewlsburg 

Olmstead 

Russellville 
D. 14 Bowling Green 

Franklin-Simpson 

Potter 

Warren Central 

Warren East 
D. 15 Allen County 

Barren County 

Edmonson County 

Glasgow 
D. 16 Clinton County 

Cumberland County 

Gamaliel 

Metcalfe County 

Tompkinsville 



D. 17 East Hardin 

Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardm 

D, 18 Caverna 

Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 

D. 19 Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 

D. 20 Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



D. 21 Central 

Evangel 

Portland Christian 

Presentation Academy 

Shawnee 
D, 22 Angela Merici 

Bishop David 

Butler 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Western 

Ninth & O Christian 
D. 23 Beth Haven Christian 

Doss 

Fairdale 

Jesse Stuart 

Valley 
D. 24 DeSales 

Holy Rosary Academy 

Iroquois 

Southern 

Thomas Jefferson 



Adairville 42202 
Auburn 42206 
Auburn 42206 
Lewisburg 42256 
Olmstead 42265 
Russellville 42276 
Bowling Green 42101 
Franklin 42134 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Bowling Green 42101 
Scottsville 42164 
Glasgow 42141 
Brownsville 42210 
Glasgow 42141 
Albany 42602 
Burkesville 42717 
Gamaliel 42140 
Edmonton 42129 
Tompkinsville 42167 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Fort Knox 40120 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radcliff 40160 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgenville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



Louisville 
Louisville 40219 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40258 
Shively 40216 
Louisville 40272 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Fairdale 401 18 
Valley Station 40272 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40215 
Louisville 40219 
Louisville 40219 



REGION IV 

Jesse L. Richards 
Howard Gorrell 
Lorenza Davis 
Darrell D. Dooley 
Bob Nylin 
Wallace Mason 
Denval Barriger 
Ken Metcalf 
Daniel Carmon 
David D. Crowe 
Joe H. Watkins 
Bennie Keen 
James C. Coomer 
Johnny Vincent 
Jerry L. Harris 
Ron Chumbley 
David Sharp 
James Graves 
Hershul Toms 
Randall Grider 

REGION V 

Bill Reynolds 

Charles Rawlings 

William S. Johns 

Vernon K, Wilson 

Ray Story 

Dane Hicks 

Murrell A, Woosley 

Forrest Kelly 

Waymond Denison 

Corkv Cox 

Jude Talbott 

Sister Margaret Willis 

T, G Florence 

William Virgil Chambers 

Harry Loy 

David W- Fryrear Sr. 

William P. McCall 

Edward Cox 

REGION VI 

Joseph McPherson 
Jim Howard 
Ted Hardin 
Sr. Maureen Coughlin 
George Carson 
Sr. Paula Kleine-Kracht 
Jerry Wilkinson 
Byron H. Bell 
Charles Miller 
John D. Brown 
Rosemary Hatcher 
Rev John Russell 
John S. Pittenger 
John W Turner 
Harry Tibbs 
Walter J. Pickett 
Father Farrell Kane 
Sr. Mary Louise Edwards 
Eugenia S Lewis 
James R. Burch 
Stanley K Whitaker 

REGION VII 



Bill Davis 
Barry Reed 
Gerald Sinclair 
David Billingsley 
Jack Pack 
Don Burton 
Bob Hoggard 
Damon Tabor 
Rick Furr 
Curtis Turley 
Dallas Embry 
Gary Shelton 
Wendel Brown 
Bowman Davenport 
Bobby Cook 
Gary Dunlap 
David Wells 
Bill Murphy 
Samuel Reeves 
Russell Vanzant 



Kenny Morris 
Roy Woolum 
Bill Warren 
David Jenkins 
Ron Bevars 
Pat Tully 
Kim Shaw 
Carl Deaton 
Roy McKamey 
Bobby Embry 
Wally Johnson 
Bruce Blair 
Randall Robertson 
Whitey Simpson 
Glynn Nixon 
Jack Keeney 
Charlie Hopkins 
Fred Waddle 



Robert L Graves 
Ed Frank 
Eugene Schreiner 

Lloyd Harris 

Myron Huey 
Mike Durham 
Gary Schaffer 
James Schurfranz 
Alan Vance 
Joe Bailey 
Leon Mudd 
Stan Hardin 
Gary Sundmacker 
Glenn Collie 
Lucian Raque 

Charles Moore 
Rick Shadburn 
Maurice Payne 



Mike Haines 
Tim Owens 
Jim Thompson 
Martha Nation 
Lugene Rogers 
Matt Tipton 
C. A. Meisel 
Teresa Condit 
Mary Ruth Furr 
Vanous Lloyd 
Fred Carter 
David Young 
Bobby Steenbergen 
Gerald Meredith 
Terry Flatt 
David McFarland 
Tommy Watson 
Louis Lee Carter 
Gary Richardson 
Lewis D. Carter 



Kenny Rucker 
Bob Shearer 
Charles Jones 
Roger Cross 
Marlene Lamm 
Mike Williams 
Phil Gowdy 
Marty Glanzer 
Terry Martin 
Joe Newton 
Roland Williams 
Gary Kidwell 
Peggy Horton 
Bill Newton 
Greg Bardm 
Kelly Baugh 
Beverly Roby 
Rollin McQueary 



Lou Wheeler 
Donna Hagg 

Ms. Vivian Dunlevy 
Lonnie Johnson 
Ray Koch 

Tena Leahy 

Larry Pack 

Charles Robert Jones 

Melanie McDowell 

Bob Ogden 

Phil Ritz 

Elizabeth Thornberry 

Richard Emery 

Marsha McGrath 

Martha Todd 
Sandy Walker 
Bill Brown 
Richard Cesler 



D. 25 



D. 26 



Brown 


Louisville 40202 


duPont Manual 


Louisville 40208 


Ky. School f/t Blind 


Louisville 40206 


Louisville Collegiate 


Louisville 40204 


Male Traditional 


Louisville 40203 


Mercy Academy 


Louisville 40204 


St. Xavier 


Louisville 40217 


Assumption 


Louisville 40205 


Atherton 


Louisville 40205 


Ky Country Day 


Louisville 40207 


Seneca 


Louisville 40220 


Trinity 


Louisville 40207 



Fred Holden 



Lonnie Willoughby 



Martha Ellison 

Joe Liedtke 

Richmond H. Marcy 

Nancy E. Kussrow 

R. Ted Boehm 

Sr. Victoria Vondenberger 

Bro. Edward Dricoll Alan Donhoff 

Sr. Theresa Marie Osborne 

Cletus Hubbs Bill Moore 

James C. Ledyard Andy Means 

John R. Whiting Tony Carman 

Rev. Thomas Duerr Joe Thompson 



Leonard Coulter 

Robert T. Greene Jr. 
Sally Mackin 
Charles Just 

Mary Hoben 
Janet Childress 
John Filar 
Susie Sweitzer 



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D. 27 Durrett 

Fern Creek 

Jeffersontown 

Marion C. Moore 

Walden 
D. 28 Ballard 

Eastern 

Sacred Heart Academy 

Waggener 

Westport 



Louisville 40213 
Louisville 40291 
Jeffersontown 40299 
Louisville 40228 
Lyndon 40222 
Louisville 40222 
Middletown 40243 
Louisville 40206 
Louisville 40207 
Louisville 40222 



D. 


29 


Bullitt Central 


Shepherdsville 40165 






Bullitt East 


Mt- Washington 40047 






Nortfi Bullitt 


Shepherdsville 40165 






Spencer County 


Taylorsville 40071 


D. 


30 


Anderson County 


Lawrenceburg 40342 






Eminence 


Eminence 40019 






Henry County 


New Castle 40050 






Shelby County 


Shelbyville 40065 






Western Anderson 


Lawrenceburg 40342 


D. 


31 


Carroll County 


Carrollton 41008 






Gallatin County 


Warsaw 41095 






Oldham County 


Buckner 40010 






Trimble County 


Bedford 40006 


D. 


32 


Grant County 


Dry Ridge 41035 






Owen County 


Owenton 40359 






Scott County 


Georgetown 40324 






Williamstown 


Williamstown 41097 



Thomas McCarthy 
John V. Reschar Sr 
James A. Sexton 
Luther E. McDowell 
Helen C. Masten 
Patrick L. Crawford 
George Morrison 
Sr, Louise Marie W 
A. K. Draut 
Harold E Andrews 

REGION VIM 

George Valentine 
Ray Foster 
C. T. Collins 
James F- Huggins 
Sonny Fentress 
David A, Baird 
Ronald Young 
Sam W. Chandler 
Charles W. Scott 
William Cord 
Bill Prewitt 
J D, Minnehan 
John Higgins 
Carl Webster 
George W, Baker 
Tom Sims 
Steve M, Deskins 



Adrian Cooksey 
George Abernathy 
Robert Bozarth 
Jr. Tom Finnegan 

Don Salyer 
Bill Johnson 
llenbrink 

Don Hottman 
Joe Burks 



Bill Schott 
Bill Bass 
Garry Jervis 
Mike Oder 
Steve Barriger 
Jim Willhite 
John Reeves 
Tom Creamer 
Paul Watts 
Robert Simpson 
Wayne Scudder 
Dave Hart Jr. 
Tom Sibley 
C, R- Wenderoth 
Larry Morgan 
Everett Varney 
Bill Simpkins 



David Haynes 
Sandra Callahan 
Bernadette Kok 
Suzanne Wallace 
Janice Crenshaw 
Frank Haneline 
Deanie Feger 
Bunny Daugherty 
Art Olliges 
Beverly Gass 



Mary Ann Elam 
Steve Small 
Scott Morrison 
David Emery 
Bill Pickett 
Lynn Swigert 
Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chowning 
Lazetta Cook 
William Yates 
Jim Hinsdale 
Dave Weedman 
Jim Barnes 
Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Robert Bottoms 
Bob Buege 



D. 33 Boone County 

Conner 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd Memorial 

St, Henry 

Simon Kenton 

Walton-Verona 
D. 34 Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame Academy 

Villa Madonna Academy 
D. 35 Bellevue 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Catholic 

Our Lady of Providence 
Academy 
D. 36 Bishop Brossart 

Campbell County 

Highlands 

Silver Grove 

Scott 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft, Mitchell 41017 
Erianger 41018 
Erianger 41018 
Independence 41051 
Walton 41094 
Ft Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 

Newport 41071 
Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Ft, Thomas 41075 
Silver Grove 41085 
Covington 41015 



REGION IX 

Kenneth Johnstone 

Charles Kelly 

Jim Jenkins 

Charles R, Fugitt 

Ronald L Albrinck 

Robert Abell 

Frank Lyons 

R, W Ellington 

Paul F Brinker 

Rev, Edwin B, Heile 

Fred Moeves 

Fred Breyer 

Tom Holloway 

Sr M Virginia Ann 

Sr Nancy Kordenbrock 

William Dosch 

Tom Hood 

George Frakes 

Carl Foster 

Sr Mary Gerald 
Thomas Seither 
Gene Sell 
Chester Turner 
Timothy Barrow 
Bob Konerman 

REGION X 



Jack Johnson 
Bill Warfield 
Kevin OToole 
Bill Code 
Robert Murdock 
Larry Miller 
Bob Eades 
Wayne Shipley 
George Schneider 
Rev, Edwin B Heile 
Reynolds Flynn 
Pat Ryan 
Ray Thompson 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
John Gross 
Gary Schulte 



Jon Quatman 
Bob Jones 
Ken Shields 
Steve Sigmon 
Jim Mitchell 



Ben Coffman 
Gordon Bell 
Dave Sorrell 
Rusty Kordenbrock 
Katie Wesseling 
Butch Hays 
Bob Coates 
Suzy Wera 



Joan Mitchell 
Bill Goller 
Diane Redomond 
Joan Shadley 
Carla Austin 
Sally Meng 
Diane Huff 
Cindy Schlosser 



Moe Grosser 
Larry Buescher 
Margie McKenna 
Don Dobson 
James Elam 
Linda Moore 



D. 


37 


Bourbon County 


Paris 40361 


Bill Case 


Russ Day 


J W Ballard 






Harrison County 


Cynthiana 41031 


Jerry Jenkins 


Virgil Jenkins 


Randall Sawyers 






Millersburg Military 














Institute 


Millersburg 40348 


John H, Colbaugh 


Mike Reitz 








Nicholas County 


Carlisle 40311 


David McMillen 


Mike Kenney 


Robbie Barr 






Pans 


Pans 40361 


Homer H Goins 


Mark Grain 


Judy Cox 


D. 


38 


Augusta 


Augusta 41002 


Roy Machen II 


Gary Russo 


Bill Case 






Bracken County 


Brooksville 41004 


Ronald W Reule 


DAniel Cooper 


Gary Clayton 






Deming 


Mt Olivet 41064 


Larry Kelsch 


Larry Allison 


Larry Allison 






Pendleton County 


Falmouth 41040 


John W Brill 


Woody Crum 


Randy Couch 


D. 


39 


Fleming County 


Flemingsburg 41041 


Fairce O, Woods 


Marty Voiers 


William Calvert 






Mason County 


Maysville 41056 


John H Branson 


Allen Feldhaus 


Robert Hutchison 






Maysville 


Maysville 41056 


Elza Whalen Jr, 


Robert G Hall 


James Schmidt 






St, Patrick 


Maysville 41056 


Sr Jude Birck 


Lex Turner 








Tollesboro 


Tollesboro 41189 


Michael S, Forman 


Alan Bane 




D. 


40 


Bath County 


Owingsville 40360 


Ewell Smoot Jr 


Gary Barr 


Mike Bromagen 






Estill County 


Irvine 40336 


Danny Click 


Steve Garrett 


Joedy Ohr 






George Rogers Clark 


Winchester 40391 


Claude Salle Jr, 


Lake Kelly 


Dan Hampel 






Montgomery County 


Mt, Sterling 40353 


David Points 


Julian Cunningham 


Oweny Owen 



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REGION XI 



D. 41 



D. 42 



D. 43 



D. 44 



Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Lexington Catholic 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 
Burgin 
Harrodsburg 
Jessamine County 
Mercer County 
Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Sayre 

Tates Creek 
Berea Community 
fyladison 
Madison Central 
Model Laboratory 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Lexington 40503 
Frankfort 40601 
Versailles 40383 
Burgin 40310 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Nicholasville 40356 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Rictimond 40475 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



Donald R. Hines 
Robert W, Hoagland 
Rev. Robert Nieberding 
Dr Fred Simpson 
Kin Tippett 
Phillip Ray Carter 
Delmer Warren 
Zeb Blankenship 
James E Gash 
Leo H Brewsaugh 
Bill C. Hurt 
Dwight L. Price 
Tom Grunwald 
Warren Featherston 
Dr Betty Watson 
Jim Fleenor 
J B Moore 
Dr Steve Henderson 



John Lykins 
Gary Moore 
James Lankster 
Joe Rogers 
Gene Kirk 
Ed Watson 
Barry Welty 
Gary Holobek 
Gene Middleton 
Bobby Barlow 
A! Prewitt 
Don Harville 
Larry Blackford 
Nolan Barger 
Tony Cox 
Tommy Martin 
Bill Fultz 
Shirley Kearns 



Dan Hill 
Nancy Finney 
Peggy Tillman 
Harold Miller 
Sharon Tippett 
Deborah Perry 
Genie Sims 
Glenn Teater 
Mariann Davis 
Valerie Langlois 
Jackie Austin 
Kathy Neal 
Mike Lamb 
Bradley Switzer 
Arnd Norwell 
Mike Elkin 
Frank Ray 
Jeanne Stull 



REGION XII 



D. 45 Boyle County 
Danville 
Garrard County 
Kentucky School f/t 
Deaf 

D. 46 Casey County 
Lincoln County 
Russell County 

D. 47 McCreary Central 
Monticello 
Wayne County 

D. 48 Burnside 
Eubank 
Laurel County 
Nancy 

Pulaski County 
■ ■ Shopville 

Somerset ■ ■ 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Lancaster 40444 

Danville 40422 
Liberty 42539 
Stanford 40484 
Russell Springs 42642 
Stearns 42647 
Monticello 42633 
Monticello 42633 
Burnside 42519 
Eubank 42567 
London 40741 
Nancy 42544 
Somerset 42501 
Shopville 42554 
Somerset 42501 



Arnold Marshall 
Don M- Turner 
Johnnie Ray Lasw/ell 

Edward Peltier 
Forrest C. Stafford 
Jack D Portwood 
Robert Garner 
Al Osborne 
Eldon E Davidson 
George Owen Horton 
C. L. Simpson 
Harold D Belcher 
Carl Patton 
John Wallace 
Larry Stewart 
Phillip R Baker 
James A Sears 



Carroll Yager 
Donn Marston 
Howard Wallen 

Clyde Mohan 
Phil Williams 
Roger Meek 
Bob Payne 
Jerry Stephens 
Wade Upchurch 
Joe Harper 
Earl Hicks 
Brent Tackett 
Charles Broughton 
Avery Hatfield 
David Fraley 
Hollis R Smith 
Charles Eckler 



Joan Mann 
Bernard Brant 
Kenneth Hurt 

Ruth Sigler 
Greg Scholl 
Rod Waldroup 
Philip Garner 
Charles Adams 
John Cooper 
Wayne Ryan 
H G, Bales 
Gilbert Wilson 
Roy Bowling 
Connie Jones 
Larry Hurt 
Phillip R. Baker 
Bob Tucker 



REGION XIII 



D. 49 Clay County 

Jackson County 

Oneida Baptist Inst. 

Rockcastle County 

Barbourville 
D. 50 ' Corbin 

Knox Central 

Lynn Camp 

St Camillus Academy 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 
D. 51 Bell County 

Lone Jack 

Middles boro 

Pineville 

Red Bird 
D. 52 Cumberland 

Evarts 
, Harlan 

James A Cawood 

Lynch 



Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 
Pineville 40977 
Four Mile 40939 
Middlesboro 40965 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 
Harlan 40831 
Lynch 40855 



Lee Brown 
Dale Kleinjan 
Oliver Hawkins 
Cleston Saylor 
James M. Davis 
Ray Tipton 
Charles Black 
Clayton Taylor 
St M Amabilis 
Elmer Lawson 
Jack V Foley 
James A. Pursifull 
Lowell Turner 
John Patterson 
William E. Adams 
O Taylor Collins 
Bob R Morris 
David Lewis 
Tom Ward 
Joshua C. Hensley 
Ervin B. Pack 



Bob Keith 
Jimmy Martin Jr. 
Larry Gritton 
Roscoe Denny 
Bill Swafford 
Rodney Woods 
Larry Mills 
Calvin Vaughn 

Donnie Haynes 
Paul Falin 
Dick Webb 
Wayne Walters 
Larry Davis 
Kenny Gann 
Charles Minks 
Ralph Robert 
Sam Franke 
Boyle Troutman 
Kirk Chiles 
Rick Morris 



Larry Sizemore 
Janet McCowan 
Lana Cheesman 
Preston Parrett 
James Mason 
Willard Farris 
Daphne Goodin 
Eddie Harris 

James Rams 
Larry Anderson 
Elijah Smith 
Frank Overton 
Ken Condra 
Bryant Caudill 
Charles Minks 
John Bond 
Wallace Napier 
E. R. Gray 
Jane Long 
John D Foutch 



REGION XIV 



D. 53 Fleming-Neon 
Jenkins 
Letcher 
Whitesburg 



Fleming 41816 
Jenkins 41537 
Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 



Roy T. Reasor Bernard Hall Sue Kincer 

Wm. Halliburton Greer Richard Hopkins Ricky Adams 

Sherrill Slone Danny Bates Stella Ison 

R. T. Holbrook Arthur Jackson John High 



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D. 54 Buckhorn 

Dllce Combs 
Hazard 
Leslie County 
M. C. Napier 



Bucl<horn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 



Wm. B. Napier 
Douglas J. Campbell 
Fred Stidfiam 
Omus Shepherd 
James Boothe 



Dennis P. Wooton 
Everett Noe Jr. 
Colin Cox 
Ronnie Stidham 
Denny Fugate 



Jon fainter 
Douglas J. Campbell 
Jennie Shackelford 
Wendell Wilson 
Randy Napier 



D. 55 Breathitt County 
Cordia 
Jackson 

Knott County Central 
Riverside Christian 

D. 56 Hazel Green Academy 
Lee County 
Owsley County 
Povi/ell County 
Wolfe County 



Jackson 41339 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41330 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 

Hazel Green 41332 
Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 41314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41301 



William A, Toler 
Bobby Ralph Smith 
James B. Goff 
James V. Bolen 
Doran Hosteller 

Robert Dailey 
Gary Pack 
Dale Callahan 
Jim Potts 
Ted Holbrook 



James T. Turner 
Larry Hayes 
David Perkins 
Harold Combs 
Doran Hosteller 

Dick Hawks 
Charles Duncil 
Charlie Turner 
fy/like Crowe 
Arch Johnson 



Joyce fvlayes 
Zella Combs 
James Campbell 
Charlie Whitaker 
Becky Baker 



David Jennings 
Randall Spencer 
Mark Keith 
Bob Terry 



REGION XV 



D. 


57 


Johnson Central 


Paintsville 41240 


Paul Setser 


Alvin C. Ratliff 


Connie Meek 






Lawrence County 


Louisa 41230 


Robert Prichard 


Don Gibson 


Doris Prichard 






Magoffin County 


Salyersville 41465 


Ronald Gullett 


Alben Conley 


Donnie Arnett 


L 




Paintsville 


Paintsville 41240 


Dwight Johnson 


Paul Williams 


Mary George 


V 




Sheldon Clark 


Inez 41224 


Wilburn Goble 


John Williams 


Don Ward 


D. 


58 


Allen Central 


Eastern 41622 


J 0. Dingus 


Johnny Martin 


Judy Eversole 


■ 




Betsy Layne 


Betsy Layne 41605 


Russell M Frazier 


William Newsom Jr 


Donnie Williams 


k 




McDowell 


McDowell 41647 


Hugh Miller 


David Turner 


Johnny Ray Turner 


f 




Prestonsburg 


Prestonsburg 41653 


Bobby Wells 


Ron Robinson 


Gary Hopkins 






Wheelwright 


Wheelwright 41669 


Wilbur Jamerson 


Danny Johnson 


Bobby Jones 


D. 


59 


Dorton 


Dorton 41520 


Glenn Wallace 


Gene Tackett 


Connie Bowling 






Millard 


Pikeville 41501 


Phenis Potter 


Richard Maynard 


Shirley Burnette 






Mullins 


Pikeville 41501 


Morris Justice 


Steve Butcher 


Steve McCann 






Pikeville 


Pikeville 41501 


Thomas M Swartz 


Don Adams 


Layne Tackett 






Virgie 


Virgie 41572 


Phillip Johnson 


Bobby Osborne 


Karen Trivette 


D. 


60 


Belfry 


Belfry 41514 


Frank Welch 


Tommy D. Runyon 


Delores Dotson 






Elkhorn City 


Elkhorn City 41522 


James V, Powell 


Jimmy Kerr 


Kenneth OQuinn 






Feds Creek 


Feds Creek 41524 


Rufus Thacker 


Clell Hunt Jr 


Ronald Francisco 






Johns Creek 


Pikeville 41501 


Winston Adkins 


Aubrey Taylor 


Robert Blevins 






Phelps 


Phelps 41553 


John O'Brien 


D. Moses 


R. Preece 



REGION XVI 



61 Menifee County Frenchburg 40322 Richard Ratliff Terry Young John Mayer 

Morgan County West Liberty 41472 John Johnston Robert Sloan Kathy Griffits 

Rowan County Morehead 40351 Marvin Moore Ted Trent Claudia Hicks 

University Breckinridge Morehead 40351 Dr Jerry Noblitt Dienzel Dennis Jim Austin 



D. 62 East Carter County 
Elliott County 
Lewis County 
West Carter 



Grayson 41143 
Sandy Hook 41171 
Vanceburg 41 179 
Olive Hill 41164 



Harlan Fleming 
William Wooten 
Don Gaunce 
William Calhoun 



Charles Baker 
Rick Mays 
Gary Kidwell 
Jim Webb 



Vicki Young 
Bud Wooten 
Alice Kidwell 
John Brown 



D. 63 Fairview 

Greenup County 

Raceland 

Russell 

D. 64 Boyd County 
Holy Family 
Paul G. Blazer 



Ashland 41101 
Greenup 41144 
Raceland 41169 
Flatwoods 41139 

Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 
Ashland 41101 



Dolores Redwine 
Charles Banks 
John Stephens 
Richard Baker 



Jim Day 
Randy Ward 
Dan Evans 
Jack Upchurch 



Judy Thomas 
Robert Bryson 
Brook Sparks 
Liz Trabrandt 



Jay Hutchinson Eugene Clark Pam Traylor 

Rev- Stephen GallensteinWilliam Bradley 

Glenn A. Riedel Ernie Simpson Frank Sloan 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1980 



GLASGOW — CLASS AA, DISTRICT 2, REGION I, CHAMPION 

I. 




(Left to Right) Front Row: J. England, S. Gardner, J. Martin, C. Royse, D. Jones, B. Williams, C. Barton, J. Goodson, 
J. Stahl, N. Kjelsen, J. Bald, T. Duvall, J. Poland, B. Springer, S. Brown, T. Venables, R. Witty. Second Row: T. Hamilton, 
S. Pierce, J. Poland, T. Riherd, B. Calvert, M. Troutman, K. Gaunce, W. Allen, T. Childress, J. Rice, N. Cole, D. Bailey, K. 
Brown, S. Jones, B. Hyatt (Mgr.)- Third Row: C. Meadows, C. Groves, J. Vance, T. Smith, T. Shank, G. Harris, R. Collier, 
S. Travis, J. Dice, D. Whitlow, J. Hayes, M. Stockton, R. Ramsey, D. Doty, B. Wood. 

CARROLL COUNTY — CLASS AA, DISTRICT 2, REGION II, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: W. Benecke, R. Unker, D. Dees, D. Maiden, F. Mazza, C. West, J. Tilley, P. Bunning, J. Wain- 
scott, M. Harris, Coach D. Rusk. Second Row: Coach R. Gillespie, Coach G. Mefford, G. Davis, J. Shepherd, J. Moorman, 
S. Stewart, P. Combs, P. Smith, T. Bickers, R. Mumphrey, C. Calvert, D. Ray, C. Mazza, Head Coach C. McConnaughhay. 
Third Row: G. Moorman, T. Hatchett, S. Schirmer, C. Couch, S. Shellon, R. Carter, L. Mumphrey, T. Paetkau, L. Courtney, 
K. Waters, T. Ball, R. McMahan. 

RACELAND — CLASS A, REGION III, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: F: Sammons, D. Barker, B. Christian, P. Thomas, J. Little, L. Campbell, D. Harris, B. Little. 
Second Row: M. Phelps, T. Medley, H. Campton, B. Stevens, K. Cameron, O. Calder, S. Worthington, D. Bostii, 0. Harris. 
Third Row: A. Chambers, J. Medley, M. Christian, D. D. Famiiton, R. Crouch, K. Rose, D. Hall, S. Huffman. Fourth Row: 
S. Truesdeli, J. Boyd, K. Cumpton, D. Wilson, D. Rambo, J. Speaks, I. Cumpton. Fifth Row: R. Snyder, L. Stanley, O. Pack, 
D. Kelly, B. Frasure, K. Barker, M. Minix. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1980 



Page Eleven 



1980-81 Register Basketball Officials 

Continued from November Athlete 

Francis, William R. — 600 Fed. PI., Rm 222F, Louisville 40202 — 

812/228-4936; 502/587-6845 
Frazier, Mac - RR Box 88A, Webster 401 76 - 547-4900; 547-6707 
Frey. William R. — Box 312, Cold Spring 41076 — 781-7685; 733- 

4322 
Fritschner. John B. — Box 1839, Ashland 41101 —606/325-0566; 

325-8571 
Fulmer, Kenneth — 8550 Winthrop Circle, Florence 41042 — 525- 

7383; 371-4916 
Gabbard, John P. — Box 512, Beattyville 41311 — 606/464-3352; 

464-2472 
Gabbard. Keith D. - Box 31, McKee 40447 - 287-7091; 287-7101 
Gabbard. Raymond Jr. — 525 Williams Rd., Burlington 41005 — 

689-4590; 283-3191 
Gaddie. Gary T. - RR 2 Box 280. Cecilia 42724 - 862-3809; 769- 

5537 
Gaines. Stephen Earl — Rt 3 Box 252, Henderson 42420 — 502/ 

546-7577 
Gambrel, Don — Box 43, Gulston 40830 — 573-6654; 573-4848 
Gann, Ronnie W. — Rt. 13 Box 58, Bowling Green 42101 — 502/ 

781-7741; 782-2900 X-267 
Gatlin, Alan Douglas — Box 1 55, Morton's Gap 42440 — 258-5297 
Geary. James Dwight — Rt. 1, Rockport 42369 — 274-3936; 683- 

0643 
Gentry, Dale J. — 6301 Oak Valley Dr., Louisville 40214 — 447- 

5981; 634-4500 
George, Dennis M. — 644 Maple, Lebanon 40033 — 502/692-6654; 

692-6115 
Geurin, Joe D, Jr. — Rt. 5 Box 400, Murray 42071 — 502/436-5653; 

753-3014 
Gibbons, Michael L. — 961 1 W. Hwy 42, Goshen 40026 — 502/228- 

3601 
Gibson, Charles M — Rt 3 Frankfort Rd., Georgetown 40324 — 

502/863-1981; 863-2640 
Gibson. Gary F. — 4006 Peachtree. Louisville 40215 — 366-4772; 

361-0174 
Gibson, Gerald L. — RR 1 Box 61A. Uniontown 42461 —822-9115 
Gibson, Russell K. — 7504 Winesap Way. Louisville 40228 — 502/ 

239-2511; 969-1331 
Gillespie, Vicky L. — 2407 Roddy Rd., Louisville 40216 — 448-6951 
Gillis, Teddy O — 202 Caney Fork Rd.. Bardstown 40004 — 502/ 

348-6578; 348-5931 
Glisker. Barry A. — 1514 Corum Dr , Madisonville 42431 — 502/ 

321-3169; 821-5141 
Goble. Kelly M. — Box 132. Inez 41229 — 298-3033; 395-5361 
Godbey, Tom — Rt. 3 Box 98A, Catlettsburg 41 1 29 — 606/324-6724 
Golden, Leonard T. — 402 E. Main. Box 341. Lynch 40855 — 848- 

2577; 589-2331 
Goldey, William H. — 866 Lamont Lane. Henderson 42420 — 827- 

3622; 827-2561 
Goodin, Kim — Box 246. Columbia 42728 — 502/384-3252 
Gordon. Dwight — Rt. 2, Hustonville 40437 — 346-5641; 346-5922 
Gordon, James W, — Rt. 4, Stanford 40484 — 606/346-2704; 346- 

5641 
Gordon, Roy T. — 1701 Cherry Lane. Shelbyville 40065 — 633- 

2558; 633-4929 
Gorham. Charles — Salvisa 40372 — 606/865-4380; 502/223-8211 
Gornet. Mary P. — 59 Hallsdale Dr., Louisville 40220 — 491-0233 
Gorrell, E, Howard — Box 33. Auburn 42206 — 502/542-6312; 542- 

4181 
Gosney, Donna J. — 2147 Memorial Parkway, Ft. Thomas 41075 — 

606/781-3687; 292-5338 
Gray. Paul E, — 1121 Chestnut St.. Bowling Green 42101 — 781- 

9293; 781-5111 X-219 
Greathouse, Frank C. — Rt, 2 Box 1500, Lewisport 42351 — 502/ 

295-3393; 683-1561 
Green, Donald P — Box 782, Mayfield 42066 — 502/247-6038; 247- 

6445 
Green. James David — 207 Adairland Court, Glasgow 42141 — 

502/651-5678; 651-5196 
Greene, James Bert — Box 36, Olive Hill 41164 — 606/286-4921; 

286-2481 
Greene. Steven Lloyd — P.O. Box B, London 40741 — 606/878- 

0754; 878-0861 
Grefer, Thomas J. — 65 Geiger Ave., Bellevue 41073 — 491-3219; 

261-8655 
Gregg, Lonnie A. — 419 Monument St., Falmouth 41040 — 654- 

8312; 654-3385 
Grey. Don L. — 6632 River Birch Drive. Crestwood 40014 — 241- 

7815 
Gribbins, Jerry G. — Rt 2. Lebanon 40033 — 692-6849; 337-2121 



Griffith, Michael R. — 662 Oak St.. Madisonville 42431 — 502/821- 

0445; 821-5242 
Griffith. Robert E. — Box 188. Martin 41649 — 285-9898; 285-3542 
Gupton, George E. — 1050 Legion Pk, Rd., Greensburg 42743 — 

932-4253; 932-4200 
Gupton, Lawrence — Box 219, Greensburg 42743 — 502/932-7830 
Guthrie, Gilliam F. — Box 45, Mayfield 42066 — 502/247-0170; 247- 

0049 
Haas, Tom V. — 10 Rosa Place. Cold Spring 41076 — 441-9570; 

261-2035 
Hacker, David S. — Box 233. McKinney 40448 — 606/346-5761; 

236-4121 
Hackett, Wilbur L. Sr. — 1472 Olive St., Louisville 40210 — 772- 

0493; 452-4109 
Haddix. Daniel E. — 437% Court St., Jackson 41339 — 606/666- 

4093; 666-8881 
Hainline, Charles C. — Rt. 10 Millstone Dr., Richmond 40475 — 

606/623-4779; 623-9376 
Hale. Charles David — Wellington 40387 — 606/768-3474; 784- 

6872 
Hale, Richard W. — Rt, 2 Box 229, Maysville 41056 — 606/759-7550 
Hall, Bruce E. — Box 517, Virgie 41572 — 606/639-9002; 631-9460 
Hall, Donald Wayne — Box 093, Kite 41828 — 447-2525; 447-2522 
Hall. Jeff — Box 704. Grayson — 606/474-5453; 474-4855 
Hall. Joseph M. — Box 34. Myra 41549 — Bus. 754-4866 
Hall, Terry Lee — Rt. 2 Box 92B. Jenkins 41537 — 639-2743; 639- 

6437 
Hall. W. Keith — Box 172, Freeburn 41528 — 606/456-3366; 304/ 

426-4411 
Hall, William W. — 342 Fourth St.. Paintsville 41240 — 789-8440; 

789-821 1 
Hamilton. Paul K, — Rt 3 Box 436. Pikeville 41501 — 432-8255 
Hamm, Ritchie — 1354 Oliver, Bowling Green 42101 — 781-8070 
Hammock, Don L. — 8501 Wooded Glen Ct., Louisville 40220 — 

502/491-1744. 585-1464 
Hammons. George F. — Box 283. Barbourville 40906 — 606/546- 

6449; 546-5859 
Hammons. Norman — Rt, 4. Hopkinsville 42240 — 502/886-7066 
Hampton. Doug — Box 367. Cynthiana 41031 — 606/234-5776; 

234-1120 
Handley. Woodie R. Sr. — Rt. 2. Hodgenville 42748 — 358-3345; 

358-3195 
Handy, Gene A. — Rt 6 Box 275, Ashland 41101 — 928-5641; 928- 

6832 
Hardin, Phillip Michael — Box 490, Morehead 40351 — 606/784- 

8820; 784-7536 
Hargis, Noel K — Rt 1 Box 130A, Somerset 42501 — 679-6417; 

679-1136 
Harkleroad, Thomas S — Rt. 3 Box 131. Berea 40403 — 606/986- 

4839; 623-4750 
Harmon, Randall Taylor — Rt 1. Sharpsburg 40374 — 606/674- 

6437 
Harper. James A. — 131 Holmes Dr.. Paducah 42001 — 898-3492 
Harrod, Ron —27 Ryswick Lane, Frankfort 40601 —695-1383; 873- 

3181 
Hart, Peggy J — 417 McKenna Ct.. Lexington 40505 — 293-1596 
Haskell, Danny T — 4224 Roselawn Ave . Batavia OH 45103 — 513/ 

732-0066, 554-1554 
Hatcher, Paul — 408 Granard St.. Lexington 40508 — 254-d141 
Hatfield. Daniel E — 2825 Lexington Rd. #977, Louisville 40280 — 

897-9393; 587-6735 
Hatfield. Robert M. — 9102 Split Rail Dr., Louisville 40272 — 935- 

1857; 366-5674 
Hawkins, Stewart D — Broadway, Chaplin 40012 — 673-3436; 348- 

3991 
Hayes, James V. — 1926 Goldsmith Lane #106, Louisville 4021 8 — 

451-0231; 452-3927 
Haynes, Stephen — #9 Western Hills Tr, Pk.. Bowling Green 42101 

— 781-9039 
Haynes, William T. — 710 Comanche Dr., Henderson 42420 — 502/ 

827-3388; 827-3000 
Hayslett. Leigh I. — Box 72, Burgin 40310 — 748-5343 
Heckel, Charles A. — 1047 Franelm Rd., Louisville 40214 — 368- 

3842; 566-4382 
Heckel, Richard D. — 1047 Franelm Rd., Louisville 40214 — 368- 

3842 
Hedges, Dennis A. — 103 Apollo Ct.. Georgetown 40324 — 863- 

1815; 232-7962 
Heilman. Glenn — 300 E. Third St Apt. 5, Newport 41071 — 606/ 

581-0575; 513/651-3800 
Henderson, Roger A. — 1613 Herr Lane, Louisville 40222 — 426- 

4684; 776-9310 



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Hendren. James W. — Rt. 1, Mackville 40040 — 606/375-4498 Johnson, David Lamar — 315 Barry Lane, Radcliff 40160 — 351- 
Henry, Dennis W. — 3822 N.W. Pkwy.. Louisville 40212 — 502/ 8751; 624-6442 

774-3639 Johnson, Ernest — Box 173, Bypro 41612 — 606/482-2688 

Henson, Don R. — Rt. 1, Smithland 42081 — 928-2047; 988-3263 Johnson, GayleW. — 6703 Shelburn Dr., Crestwood 40014 — 241- 
Hickey, Thomas L. — 1 04 Ashland Rd., Louisville 40207 — 502/897- 1357; 222-1 228 

3598; 459-1500 Johnson, James M. — 297 Leawood Dr., Frankfort 40601 — 502/ 
Hickey, Thomas R. — 3067 Treetop Way, Edgewood 41017 — 341- 223-2822; 875-1535 

8160; 581-7700 Johnson, Jerry Lee — 123 Ponderosa Trailer Pk., Georgetovnn 
Hicks, Floyd E. — 43 New Uri, Florence 41042 — 606/371-6279; 40324 — 254-7568; 232-3430 

772-1400 Johnson, Kenneth Ray — 1824A Chatsworth Dr., Lexington 40505 
Hicks, Janet S. — 7101 Birnamwood Dr., Louisville 40258 — 502/ — 293-2131; 233-4511 X-111 

933-3611; 447-4495 Johnson, W. Lynn — 127 Center St., Morehead 40351 —784-8525; 
Higdon, J. Samuel — Rt. 2, Fancy Farm 42039 — 623-8303; 247- 845-2551 

6730 Johnson, Walter — Box 145, Hitchins41196 — 474-5908; 474-5721 

Hill Myron K — 2211 Circle Dr., Lexington 40505 — 299-6632; Johnson, WilliamMichael — 114S. Allison Ave., Barbourville40906 

987-7900 — 546-4274; 546-8515 

Hiipp, Gerald L. — 5224 Planet Dr., Louisville 40258 — 447-0412 Jones, Denver "Smokey" — Box 700, Hazard 41701 — 439-1812; 
Hilton, Billy - 110 Ball Ave,, Springfield 40069 — 336-7594; 336- 436-5771 

3403 Jones, Frank — Rt. 5 Box 1 32, Manchester 40962 — 606/598-3952; 
Hiten, Mark S. — 1113Paw(nee Apt. 2A, Georgetown 40324 — 863- 598-5127 

3434; 863-2734 Jones, Glenn F. — 564 Bryanwood Pkwy, Lexington 40505 — 299- 
Holt. Larry K. — Rt. 1 Box 132A, Alvaton 42122 - 502/843-3587; "425 

781-4585 Jones, John F, III — 808 Sycamore St., Carrollton 41008 — 502/ 
Hopkins. Douglas M. - Box 1062, Harlan 40831 - 573-3796 732-6756; 732-4361 

Hopson, James E. - Rt. 1, Box 918M, Pikeville 41501 -631-1933; Jones, Ken L. — Rt. 3 Kennedy Rd., Greenville 42345 — 338-5711; 

432-1461 338-4592 

Home, Jordan E. Jr. — 3442 Ault View Ave, Cincinnati OH 45208— Jones, Richard — Rt. 1 Box 3, Grand Rivers 42045 — 362-8044 

513/321-8061; 606/252-4411 Jones, Woodson Pearl — Rt. 3 Box 91, Manchester 40962 — 598- 
Hostetler. William J — 1833 Traveller Rd., Lexington 40504 — 276- 2087 

4128; 252-7546 Kazunas, Gerald L. — 2025 Lauderdale Rd., Louisville 40205 — 
Houchens, Joe Danny — Rt 9 Box 1 55, Glasgow 42141 — 502/678- 454-5462; 426-2000 X-277 

2317; 651-8341 Kearns, Kevin W. — Rt. 4 Box 73B, Cynthiana 41031 — 234-2297 

Houchens, Tom M. — 220 Chippewa Lane, London 40741 —606/ Keeling, Reuben — 175 Augusta Ave., Paducah 42001 —554-4013 

864-9075; 864-2136; Kelly, Dolph — Box 31, Dorton 41520 — 639-9666 

Houk, Jackie L. — Rt. 1, Box 101, Glendale 42740 — 737-8482 Kemper, Nancy B. — 345 Melbourne Way, Lexington 40502 — 278- 
Howard, James D. — Box 197, Loyall 40854 — 606/573-4752; 573- ^320 

4520 Kennedy, Russell — 218 East Todd St., Frankfort 40601 — 502/ 

Huang, Nathan C. — 560 Crestview, Morehead 40351 — 606/784- 875-3401; 606/252-2211 

7639 Kerfoot, James B. — Rt. 1 Carter Ave., Cecilia 42724 — 502/862- 

Hubbard, Millard Oscar — Box 81, Manchester 40962 — 598-6042; 3871 

598-3740 Kerr, Lester James — Rt. 1, Box 776, Elizabethtown 42701 — 737- 
Huber, A Jerry — Park & Audubon Rd, Covington 41011 —606/ ''^^3; 769-3323 

431-8030 513/241-0102 Kersey, William Andy — 1211 Maple Lane, Corbin 40701 — 528- 

Huddleston. Eddie Ray -Box 274, Loyall 40854 -606/573-2516; ^ ''^^^' ^.^,^"?^°?,„ „ „„ , . ,.„. ^^.^.^r, ^. 

._- • ' Kessmger, Michael W— Box 89, Inez 41224 — 606/395-6548; 298- 

Hughes, Brenda L. - 500 Ohio #4, Lexington 40508 - 255-9040; ^ X ,^ „ o«, o. , r- ,, .^,^, 

252 1955 9' ~ ■ Caneyville 42721 

Hughes" Roy S. - Rt. 6, Box 1204, Hopkinsville 42240 - 886-3563; '^'"9„^^^=!!' " ~ ^^^ ^ "^'^ ^' ' ^""'^"'"^ ^°21 1 - 776-4287; 
885 7414 776-2444 

Hummel. Joseph G. - 3528 Beta Court, Erianger 41018 - 727- '^'"^gg'^^^'^^^g" " ^547 Apollo Ct., Owensboro 42301 - 926-4973; 

HummeLT^hom°asJ.-3057Magnol,aCt.,EdQewood41017-341- Kistner, Gary L- 6405 Birchline Blvd., Louisville 40291 - 239- 

I7fin- RTi d1fi1 864^; 426-2000 

Hundley,' Phinnis V. - Rt. 4. Hodgenville 42748 - 358-9383; 769- *^'°"!^ 4|8.^8°o3g %^.Iq°1 ^'°°^'^"" °' ^P'' «■ Louisville 40214 

Hun^a Dale - Rt. 1 Box 859-K. Pikeville 41501 - 631-9497; 631- Kouns Robert H. - Box 582. South Shore 41 175 - 932-4540; 473- 

1097 

Lj . ,., „ r- occ o u „hi,„j iA/;„^i,„„.„, /inoQi unci-tAA Kristof. David A— 5598 Clearidge Lane, Cincinnati OH 45239 — 

Hunt. William G — 266 S. Highland. Winchester 40391 — 606/744- cn/Toc onon 

Lj „' .„_ □.oQ ,-,c I, i,„^,.nHov cnez-j/ic onin Lamar. Huston O. — Box 1 16. Cloverport 401 1 1 — 502/788-391 3 

Hupp. Ronnie G— Rt. 2 Box 176. Moreland 40437 — 606/346-3031 , , r> j n n. < r, , < ,j Too-j.. 0..0 ho^o ^n^ ..c^r 

u .. o I, ^ 1 1 D^ ci 1 „^^ n, I, , -„i, ,^ AnnAn Lamastus. Randall — Rt. 1 , Rockfield 42274 — 842-1302; 782-1555 

Hyatt, Robert L Jr — Box 61 Linden Dr.. Lawrenceburg 40342 — , .. ,- d. nun . n ^ ^ .n.-,^ =00,0^0 

oon H,.ic cnn TC11 Lane. Marion E. — Rt. 9 Hillcrest, Richmond 40475 — 606/623- 

839-4436; 839-7631 mra Ko'l.o7^■, 

Hyland, Frank Dixon - Box 465. 313 Webster St.. S.Webster OH , 1 'd'». °'='5-'^' 1 ' onn ,- ■ . . ^ h^^ o , ^ 

/.ccQo C1H/77Q MQoc cvH cmo Larimore. LesI le Stevcn — 890 Fbi rviBw Apt. G" 1 06, Bowl I Rg G reon 

45682 — 614/778-3325. 574-6108 d9ini _ ^n9/7ni Kn7fi 74<;-9i<;'> 

Idol. Billy Joe Sr- 124 LeafwoodRd..Middlesboro 40965 -606/ , ^ ,' ^ ,V J,,'?, l,„ ^ ^ ,, „otc:7 cr,= ,o7n 

o,.o oooT -,,.0 .I07H Larkin. John Arnold — Rt. 3 Box 219. Eubank 42567 — 606/379- 

<;4H-^BJ/, dw-ijn ooo't, K7B 440=; 

irby. Mike P. - Box 133. Burkesville 42717 - 502/864-3889; 864- Larue. WiM.amD. Jr. - Box 63, Salem 42078 -988-3138; 388-7542 

isham. Buford - Rt. 3. Lawrenceburg 40342- 502/839-3811; 452- ^^^If^'',^ "■ " '°^° ^"^^^"^ °'- '°"'^^'"" '°^^' ' '°'' 

'*^^^ Latham. Billy D. — Rt. 3 Box 255. Clinton 42031 — 502/653-4190; 

653-5521 
Lawrence. Gary — 309 McArthur Dr.. Louisville 40207 — 502/897- 

2433; 636-3571 
Lawson. Rondell — Garrett 41630 — 606/358-3531; 447-2043 
Lawson. Sonny — Box 34. Artemus 40903 — 606/546-5319; 523- 
0173 

Jaryis, Billy Ray - Box 10. Allen 41601 -- 606/874-9007 lawson. Stanley - 3662 Georgetown Circle. Louisville 40215 - 
Jeffers. Stephen E. — Star Rt. 2 Box 162. Gray 40734 — 528-0729; 502/361-7453 

^"6-5101 Layne. Bert — Box 96, Eastern 41622 — 358-3111; 886-2252 

Jenkins. Burney -Apt. 2. 1122 Pawnee. Georgetown 40324- 502/ Leathers. Freddie - 619 George St.. Lebanon 40033 - 502/692- 

863-3612 4433; 692-6115 

Jewell. Billy J. — Rt. 1 Box 444. Williamsburg 40769 — 549-1594; 

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Jackson, Dennis — 1345 North 10th. Paducah 42001 — 442-0867 

443-5177 
Jackson. Robert H — Box 76. HItchins 41146 — 606/474-9477: 

474-9105 
Jackson. Stephen A — Rt 1. Glencoe 41046 — 606/643-5653 

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FORT CAMPBELL — CLASS AA, RUNNER-UP 




(Left to Right) Front Row: G. Banks, B. Pierce, K. Extlne, J. Walker, J. Extlne, D. Wallace, T. Moody, C. Darnell, D. Peyton, 
R. Santiago, Second Row: T. Drew, M. Garner, B. Coleman, T. Tope, S. Jullen, J. Extlne, B. MIrIck, K. Hamm, V. Donnell, 
Third Row: M. LIndsey, K. Jones, B. Webb, D. Stewart, C. Cundlff, M. Bryant, B. Feldar, J. Cheek, E. Barton, B. Billings. 
Fourth Row: J. KInzer, M. O'Bannon, G. Brown, M. Medelros, S. Fezekas, B. Cundlff, G. Sanders, I. McLemore, W. 
Galther. Fifth Row: R. Boiling, C. Elliott, M. Ford, G. King, M. Hinton, B. Chambers, A. Baker, J. Williams, J. Hutton. Sixth 
Row: M. Todd, M. Blanchett, D. King, T. Skelton, L. Billings, W. Squire, F. Barton, B. Smith, J. Kesslnger. Seventh Row: 
Coach M. Patterson, Coach R. Bell, R. Norvell, R. Estes, D. Stovall, Coach R. Cobb, Coach H. Mills. Eighth Row: K. Couch, 
S. Stovall, M. Aillnger, P. Squire. 

RUSSELL COUNTY — CLASS AA, DISTRICT 1, REGION III, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: L. Hamm (Mgr.), J. Abernathy, B. Robertson, K. Harris, S. Coe, T. Foster (Co-Capt.), R. 
Lawless (Co-CapL), D. Wilson, L. Cox, R. Pettey, M. Lloyd, N. Shepherd (Mgr.), R. Finley (Mgr.). Second Row: E. West, B. 
Burton, D. Coffey, A. Hammond, T. Kerr, G. Logsdon, F. Miller, D. Woods, J. Williams, K. Stephens, T. McQueary, P. 
Combest, T. Tarter. Third Row: J. Goser, D. Robertson, M. Wheat, M. Wilson, K. Bailey, C. Maus, B. Bowmer, B. Keisey, P. 
Sharp, D. Kerr, K. Kerns, G. Flanagan. 

WHITESBURG — CLASS AA, DISTRICT 1,REGI0N IV, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Baker, B. Boggs, R. Slone, T. Honeycutt, R. Roberts, D. Boggs, G. Yinger, J. Snell, B. 
Smallwood. Second Row: M. Bates, C. Gibson, G. Boggs, K. Burton, D. Holbrook, R. Frazier, M. Blair, M. Watts, J. Muillns, 
S. Burke, G. Cornett. Third Row: Head Coach J. Gose, M. Wright, D. Holbrook, C. Gibson, T. Sergent, L. Capps, J. Wynn, 
J. Sergent, M. Wynn, C. Brown, S. Fox, D. Gibson. Fourth Row: AssL Coach D. Chandler, M. Powell, G. Burton, S. Bates, 
C. Holbrook, M. Wilson, D. Boggs, J. Galloway, S. Brown, Asst. Coach J. High. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucl(y Higt) Sciiooi Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIII — NO. 6 



JANUARY, 1981 



$2.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, Saturday, December 13, 1980. The 
meeting was called to order by President Zeb 
Blankenship at 9:00 a.m. with Board members J.D. 
Minnehan, Charles D. Black, John Brock, Whaylon 
Coleman, Alvis Johnson, Walter Pickett, Barney 
Thweatt, Fairce O. Woods; Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. DeVrles, 
Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise present. Conley 
Manning and Darrell Wells were present 
representing the State Department of Education 
and the State School Boards Association 
respectively. The invocation was given by Conley 
Manning. 

Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by J.D. 
Minnehan, that the minutes of the October 18, 1980 
meeting of the Board be approved. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

John Brock moved, seconded by Fairce O. 
Woods, that the Board approve the minutes of the 
Eligibility Committee meeting, held on November 
12, 1980. The motion carried unanimously. 

President Blankenship introduced Gerry Welch 
who spoke to the Board on behalf of his daughter, 
Lisa, who had transferred to Assumption High 
School without a corresponding change of 
residence of her parents. Mr. Welch and Lisa spoke 
to the Board on the reasons why she transferred to 
Assumption High School. Following their 
presentation and a discussion by the Board, Barney 
Thweatt moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, 
that the decision of the Commissioner be upheld. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Attorney David Emerson came before the 
Board to request a waiver on the eligibility case of 
John Henry Small. As John had transferred from 
Jamacia, New York, to Lafayette High School, and 
had played varsity basketball in New York, he was 
declared ineligible under By-Law 6, Section 1, 
Transfer Rule. Also, present speaking on his behalf 
was Coach Don Harville and Prin. Dwight Price of 
Lafayette High School. After a lengthy discussion 
by the Board, John Brock moved, seconded by 
Fairce Woods, that the decision of the Commission- 
er be upheld and that the Commissioner be instruct- 
ed to issue a strong reprimand to Lafayette High 
School for permitting this student to participate in 
an athletic contest prior to being properly certified. 
The motion carried by a vote of 7-1 with one absten- 
tion. 

J.D. Minnehan suggested to the Board that they 
revise the transfer form and contact the principals of 
member schools in regard to a format to follow in 
regard to transferred athletes. 

Commissioner Mills read the material from 
Ludlow High School concerning the eligibility of 
Joe McGough. After discussing the correspond- 
ence concerning the case, Barney Thweatt moyed, 
seconded by Walter Pickett, that the decision of the 
Commissioner be upheld. The motion carried unan- 
imously. 



Commissioner Mills presented the eligibility 
case of Keith Clark, a student at Madison High 
School. Keith was ruled ineligible under By-Law 6, 
Section 1, Transfer Rule. After a discussion by the 
Board, Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Charles 
Black, that the By-Law not be waived in this case. 
The motion carried by a vote of 8 — 1. 

The eligibility case of William Payne was 
presented to the Board by Commissioner Mills. 
William was ruled ineligible to represent Shawnee 
High School under the provisions of By-Law 6, 
Section 1, Transfer Rule. After a discussion by the 
Board, Walter Pickett moved, seconded by John 
Brock, to uphold the decision of the Commissioner. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Coach B.B. Kendrick of Ballard Memorial High 
School wrote to Commissioner Mills requesting 
permission for Keith Myers to participate on a team 
that will be touring several foreign countries this 
summer. After a discussion by the Board. Barney 
Thweatt moved, seconded by John Brock, that 
Keith be allowed to participate on the team. The 
motion carried by a vote of 8—1. 

Commissioner Mills read correspondence from 
Prin. David Lewis, Evarts High School, concerning 
John Campbell. Mr. Lewis reported to the 
Commissioner that he permitted John, an ineligible 
player under the provisions of By-Law 5, Section 4, 
to participate in football during the 1980 season. 
This was also reported by Ath. Dir. Larry Phillips of 
Evarts High School. Following a discussion of this 
violation and the fact that Evarts High School is 
presently on probation for a similar violation but 
also taking into consideration the fact that the 
school officials were making an honest effort to 
improve the situation, Fairce Woods moved, 
seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the probation 
period be extended to January 2, 1982, and that the 
game won over Campbellsville be forfeited. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Billy Wise reported to the 
Board on the football playoffs. Financial reports 
have been received and the expenses of the playoffs 
paid. A complete audit of the playoffs will be made at 
a later date. Following a recommendation by 
Commissioner Mills that the eight schools involved 
in the playoffs receive an additional amount of 
$1,200.00, John Brock moved, seconded by Fairce 
Woods, that the Commissioner's recommendation 
be accepted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Prin. Herbert Young and Coach Jerry Griffin of 
Hancock County and Coach Don Smith of Butler 
County High School spoke to the Board about 
reconsidering the football alignment for 1981 and 
1982 seasons in Class AA, Region I, Districts 1 and 
2. After a lengthy discussion the Board directed the 
football committee to meet after the regular Board 
meeting and consider their requests. 

Upon recommendation of Commissioner Mills, 
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that a transfer be made from the boys' 
state tournement account to the girls' state 

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JANUARY, 1981 



VoLXLMI, No. 6 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
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Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 
President .. Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Vice-Pres J.D. Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Directors .. Charles D. Black (1980-1984) Barbourville; 
John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon Coleman 
(1980-1984) Owensboro; Robie Harper, Jr. (1979-1983) 
Drakesboro; Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; 
Walter J. Pickett (1980-1982) Valley Station; Barney 
Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville; Fairce O. Woods 
(1979-1983) Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. 
of Education representative. 
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Board Minutes 

(Continued from Page One) 

tournament account in an amount to cover the 
expense of a $500.00 check being sent to the sixteen 
schools that participate in the girls' state 
tournament. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills recommended to the 
Board that a twenty-five percent increase In radio 
fees be made this year. J.D. Minnehan moved, 
seconded by John Brock, that the recommendation 
be accepted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Upon a motion by John Brock, seconded by 
Walter Pickett, and a unanimous vote of the Board, 
the following regulations concerning fees for 
district, regional and state basketball tournament 
officials were adopted. The district tournament 
official shall receive a fee of $35.00 per game, the 
regional tournament officials shall receive a fee of 
$40.00 per game and the state tournament official 
shall receive a fee of $45.00 per game. 
Transportation allowance shall be 15<l; per mile for 
all necessary travel to officiate an assigned game. In 
the event it is necessary for the official to remain 
over-night at the tournament site, he or she shall be 
paid an additional $20.00 per day for lodging and 
meals. These apply to both boys and girls 
tournaments. 

Assistant Commissioner Brigid DeVries 
reported to the Board on the results of the Softball 
survey that was sent to all member schools. The 
following is the tabulated vote: 

1 votes — My school would enter a boys' team 
in Softball during the 1981-82 school year if it is 



included in the K.H.S.A.A. program as a fall sport. 

58 votes — My school would enter a girls' team 
in Softball during the 1981-82 school year if it is 
included in the K.H.S.A.A. program as a fall sport. 

140 votes — My school would not enter either a 
boys' or a girls' team in softball during the 1981-82 
school year. 

It was the decision of the members of the Board 
that the K.H.S.A.A. will not sponsor a state 
champion in softball during the 1981-82 school year 
since less than the required 25% of the member 
schools indicated an interest. 

Brigid DeVries reported to the Board the results 
of the Golf Committee meeting. The committee 
recommended either an increase in the Boys' 
individual qualifying golfers from 3 to 5 or one team 
and seven individuals for both boys and girls. Upon 
a recommendation by Brigid DeVries, Barney 
Thweatt moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, that no 
change be made until there can beafurther study of 
the recommended changes. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills and Assistant Commis- 
sioner Stout read letters from member schools con- 
cerning the raise in fees for baseball umpires. After 
a lengthy discussion Barney Thweatt suggested 
that the following clarification be made on the ac- 
tion of the Board during the October 18 meeting: 
Clarification — That game fees for baseball officials 
be set by the assigning secretaries and/or policy 
committees after discussing the matter with the 
principals of the schools in their area. The amount 
of $25.00 for a single game and $37.50 for double 
headers is a recommended maximum fee and is not 
mandatory. 

After a lengthy discussion on the assigning of 
basketball tournament officials, Barney Thweatt 
moved, seconded by John Brock, that district 
tournament officials shall be assigned within the 
region with regional tournament officials being 
assigned outside the region in which they reside. 
The motion passed by a vote of 8—1. 

Mr. Mills read the correspondence from 
Attorney George O'Bryan concerning the request of 
Williard Vandiver that By-Laws 8 and 36 be 
eliminated by the K.H.S.A.A. He explained to the 
Board that the Constitution does not give the 
authority to the Board to amend or eliminate any 
portion of the Constitution or By-Laws of this 
Association. Mr. Mills was instructed to inform Mr. 
O'Bryan that changes are only made through a 2/3 
vote of the representatives of memberschoolsatthe 
annual meeting of the Delegate Assembly or 
through referendum vote of the Board appointed 
representatives of each member school. 

Commissioner Mills reported that the State 
Board of Education suggested that the K.H.S.A.A. 
appoint a committee of Board members to study By- 
Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, and make a 
recommendation to the State Board for a 
modification of the rule to accomodate hardship 
cases, addressing such problems as death of a 
parent, divorce situations or other situations that 
might create comparable hardships. Zeb 
Blankenship, J.D. Minnehan and John Brock were 
appointed to a committee to study By-Law 6 and 
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meeting of the Board. 

The next meeting date of the Board of Control 
will be held at the Executive Inn— East, Louisville, 
on January 16, 1981, at 9:00 a.m. 

J.D. Minnehan moved, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that all bills of the Association for the 
period beginning October 1, 1980, and ending 
November 30, 1980, be allowed. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

There being no further business Alvis Johnson 
moved, seconded by Barney Thweatt, that the 
meeting be adjourned. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Immediately following the Board meeting the 
Football Committee met to discuss requests from 
various schools concerning the re-alignment for 
1981 and 1982. 

After a lengthy discussion, Fairce O. Woods 
moved, seconded by John Brock, that the 
recommended alignment for 1981 and 1982 be 
accepted as presented. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that the Commissioner be directed to 
send a survey to all schools participating in football 
to determine their interest in returning to three 
classes. The motion carried unanimously. 

The Board of Control re-convened immediately 
following the Football Committee meeting. Fairce 
O. Woods moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that 
the Board accept the Football Committee's 
recommended alignment for 1981 and 1982. The 
motion carried. 

There being no further business the meeting 
adjourned. 

From the Commissioner's Office 

INFORMATION 

STATE HIGH SCHOOL 

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

(Boys and Girls) 

The 1981 State High School Boys' and Girls' 
Basketball Tournaments will be held at Rupp Arena, 
Lexington, on March 18-21, 1981, and Eastern 
Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky, on 
March 25-28, 1981, respectively. The first session of 
the tournament is scheduled for Wednesday 
afternoon. 

On or after January 1, 1981, K.H.S. Boys' State 
Tournament, P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 
40522, will accept mail orders for complete sets of 
tickets for the tournament. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
boys' tournament are as follows: Lower Arena, 
$44.00; Upper Arena, $36.00. Each order must in- 
clude a remittance of $1.00 for postage and insur- 
ance on the tickets, and your certified check or 
money order should be made payable to K.H.S. 
Boys' State Tournament. Orders for individual ses- 
sion tickets will be accepted during the January 1 — 
February period, and should not be included with 
orders for complete sets of tickets mailed prior to 
that time. Tickets available for individual sessions 
will be $5.50 per session for Side Chair Seats and 
$4.50 per session for End Chair Seats. An over-the- 



counter sale will begin at Rupp Arena, Lexington, 
on March 2 and continue through the tournament. 
The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
girls' tournament are as follows: side chair seats are 
$44.00; all bleacher seats are $36.00. Only complete 
sets of tickets may be ordered by mail. Your certified 
check or money order should be made payable to 
"State Tournament Ticket Sales — Girls." Mail 
orders will be accepted on or after January 1, 1981. 
Tickets for individual sessions may be purchased at 
the tournament site any time during the tournament. 

INFORMATION 
1981 SWIMMING MEETS 

The events for the State Swimming Meet for 1981 will 
be the same as those listed in the K.H.S. A. A. Constitution 
and By-Laws, Swimming Regulations, on pages 51-52. 
NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 Freestyle for 
the regional meets. Boys — 6 minutes, 30 seconds; Girls — 
7 minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 27-28, 
1981, and the site will be Eastern Kentucky University, 
Richmond, Kentucky. Tim Cahill will manage the meet. 
The girls and boys meets will be run together this year, 
starting time for WARM-UPS BEING 8:00 a.m., February 
27. 

The schools are divided in the following regions: 

Louisville Region: Girls — Assumption, Atherton, 
Ballard, Brown, Central, Doss, duPont Manual, Eastern, 
Fern Creek, Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky School for 
the Blind, Louisville Collegiate, Male, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Shawnee, Sacred Heart, Westport. Boys — Atherton, 
Ballard, Brown, Central, Doss, duPont Manual, Eastern, 
Fern Creek, Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky School for 
the Blind, Pleasure Ridge Park, St. Xavier, Shawnee, 
Seneca, Trinity, Westport, Male. 

Western Kentucky Region; Girls — Apollo, Bowling 
Green, Daviess County, Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, 
Fort Knox. Henderson County, Greenville, Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville-N. Hopkins, Owensboro. Boys — Apollo, 
Bowling Green, Daviess County, Greenville, Elizabeth- 
town, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Henderson County, Hop- 
kinsville, Madisonville-N. Hopkins, Owensboro. 

Central Kentucky Region: Girls — Bryan Station, 
Danville, Fleming County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, 
Jessamine County, Kentucky School for the Deaf, Knott 
Co. Central, Latayette, Lexington Catholic, Model, 
Monticello, Oneida Baptist, Paul Blazer, Pikeville, Russell, 
Sayre, Scott County, Tates Creek, University Breckin- 
ridge, Woodford County, Western Hills. Boys — Bryan 
Station, Danville, Fleming County, Franklin County, Henry 
Clay, Jessamine County, Kentucky School for the Deaf, 
Knott Co. Central, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Model, 
Oneida Baptist, Paul Blazer, Pikeville, Russell, Sayre, 
Scott County, Tates Creek, University Breckinridge, 
Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Northern Kentucky Region: Girls — Beechwood, 
Campbell County, Conner, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Mt. St. Joseph, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Notre Dame, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa 
Madonna Boys — Beechwood, Campbell County, 
Conner, Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, 
Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic, Scott, Simon 
Kenton. 

INFORMATION 
1981 GYMNASTICS MEETS 

The events for the State Gymnastics Meets for 1981 
will be the same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. Con- 
stitution and By-Laws, Gymnastics Regulations, on pages 
46-47. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 21, 1981, 
and thesitewillbetheAlumni Coliseum, Eastern Kentucky 



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University, Richmond, Kentucky. The meet managers will 
be Kathy Case for the girls and Jim Nance for the boys. The 
starting time for warm-ups for both boys and girls will be 
9:00 a.m. 

The regional site will be Henry Clay High School, 
Lexington, and the manager is Marilyn Lemaster. 

The girls schools are divided into the following 
regions: 

Louisville Region — Angela Merici, Brown, 
Henderson County, Kentucky Country Day, Marion 
County, Presentation, Sacred Heart, Moore, Oldham 
County, Mercy Academy. 

Lexington Region — Bryan Station, Franklin County, 
Gallatin County, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Paris, Pendleton 
County, Tates Creek, Woodford County, Knott Co. 
Central, Oneida Baptist, Western Hills. 

Boys schools — Brown, Bryan Station, Franklir 
County, Gallatin County, Henderson County, Henry Clay 
Knott Co. Central, Lafayette, Marion County, Moore, 
Oldham County, Pendleton County, Tates Creek, Trinity, 
Paris, St. Xavier, Silver Grove, Western Hills, Woodford 
County. 

1981 WRESTLING INFORMATION 

The State Wrestling Tournament will be held at 
Atherton High School, Louisville, on February 20-21, 1981. 
Orville Williams and Gene Minton will manage the State 
Tournament. The drawing for the State Wrestling 
Tournament will be held at Atherton High School on 
February 4, 1981, at 7:30 p.m. 

The district and regional tournament will be held on 
February 6-7 and February 13-14 respectively. 

The district, region, name of the manager and the 
schools assigned to each district are listed below. If your 
school plans to enter a team and is not listed in any district, 
will you please contact this office or the district manager 
nearest you. 

West Kentucky Region — Mgr., Coach Paul 
Underdonk, North Hardin H.S., Radcliff 

Hopkinsville District (Mgr., Coach Jim Plosser, 
Hopkinsville H.S.) Caldwell County, Christian County, 
Fort Campbell, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville N. — Hopkins, Paducah Tilghman, Trigg 



County, Union County, Webster County 

West Hardin District (Coach Jim Davis, West Hardin 
H.S., Stephensburg) East Hardin, Fort Knox, Hancock 
County, North Hardin, Washington County, West Hardin 

West Jefferson and Central Jefferson Region — Mgr., 
Coach Larry Mann, Kentucky School for the Blind, 
Louisville 

West Jefferson District (Mgr., Coach Maurice Pieper, 
Western H.S., Shively) Doss, Fairdale, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Stuart, Thomas Jefferson, Valley, Western 

Central Jefferson District (Mgr., Coach Larry Mann, 
Kentucky School for the Blind, Louisville) Atherton, 
Durrett, Evangel, Kentucky School for the Blind, Male, 
Moore, St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity 

Jeffersontown Region — Mgr., Coach Luda Dixon, 
Jeffersontown H.S., Jeffersontown 

East Jefferson District (Mgr., Coach James 
Richardson, Fern Creek H.S., Louisville) Ballard, Eastern, 
Central, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country 
Day, Waggener, Westport 

Northern Kentucky District (Mgr., Coach Wayne 
Bodida, Conner H.S., Hebron) Boone County, Campbell 
County, Conner, Holmes, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Catholic, Scott, Simon Kenton 

Frankfort Region — Mgr., Coach Raymond Webb, 
Frankfort H.S., Frankfort 

Frankfort District (Mgr., Coach Raymond Webb, 
Frankfort H.S., Frankfort) Boyle County, Danville, 
Frankfort, Franklin County, Jessamine County, 
Millersburg Military Inst., Oldham County, Woodford 
County, Western Hills 

Lexington District (Mgr., Coach Norman Powell, 
Henry Clay H.S., Lexington) Belfry, Boyd County, Bryan 
Station, Clinton County, Harrison County, Henry County, 
Johnson Central, Lafayette, Lawrence County, 
Middlesboro, Oneida Inst., Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Tates 
Creek 

TRACK CLINICS 

The dates for the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Track and Field Rules Clinics tor coaches and officials are as 
follows: February 6, 1981 (Friday), 5:30 P.M., Kentucky Fair and 
Exposition Center. Meeting Room C (upstairs), Louisville, 
Kentucky: April 1 , 1 981 (Wednesday), 7:00 P.M., K.H.S.A.A. Office. 
Lexington, Kentucky. 



CHARMOLI RECEIVES DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD 
(National Federation Press Service) 



Louis J. Charmoli, former director of athletics, 
duPont Manual High School, was honored Monday, 
December 15, 1980, during the Eleventh Annual National 
Conference of High School Directors of Athletics in 
Atlanta, Georgia. 

The National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators 
Association (NIAAA) selected Mr. Charmoli to be one of 
six individuals nationwide from outside the field of athletic 
administrators honored for their contribution to inter- 
scholastic athletics. 

John Klement, present of the NIAAA, made the 
presentations at the conference luncheon. 

The conference attracted over 1,000 high school 
athletic directors representing the major school districts 
throughout the United States and Canada. Featured 
speakers included Dale Brown, basketball coach at 
Louisiana State University; Dr. FredAllman, director of the 
Sports Medicine Clinic in Atlanta; Richard Ball, nationally 
known attorney from Phoenix, Arizona; Ryne Duren, 
former New York Yankee pitcher and Roger Staubach, 
former Dallas Cowboy quarterback. 



Mr. Charmoli has had a distinguished career as a 
coach and athletic director at duPont Manual High School 
where his name became synonymous with managing 
Kentucky State High School basketball tournaments. He 
helped organize and served as the first president of the 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association. Subsequent 
to his retirement the Board of Education named the new 
Manual gym, "Louis J. Charmoli Gym," the first time in 
history the Board named a building for a living person. 

The National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators 
Association honors individuals from both inside and 
outside the field of athletic administration as a means of 
bringing recognition to and showing gratitude for their 
contributions to the interscholastic program. 

According to President Klement, "The interscholastic 
program as we know it today, as expansive and sophisti- 
cated as it has become, would not be possible without high 
school athletic directors, team physicians, dedicated 
game officials and others who make such an important 
contribution to our program. We believe Mr. Charmoli 
epitomizes the best of his profession." 



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Tenth Annual Medical Aspects of Sports Symposium: 

Sports Medicine Programs for Our Schools 

March 30 — 31, 1981 

Hyatt Regency, Lexington, Kentucky 



Excellent sports medicine programs protect athletes. 
This symposium will be of interest to high school and 
collegiate team physicians, coaches, trainers, admini- 
strators and school board members, athletic officials, 
physical therapists (and others who care for athletes). 

Learn how your school can have an effective and 
protective sports medicine program. The cost is nominal! 
The need is great! This symposium will feature experts in 
the field. 

AN EFFECTIVE SPORTS MEDICINE PROGRAM 
WILL DEVELOP AN EFFICIENT RESPONSE AND CARE 
CAPABILITY WITHIN LOCAL SCHOOL SYSTEMS TO 
FACILITATE: 

PREVENTION 

TREATMENT 

REHABILITATION 

The ultimate goal is to reduce injuries and prevent 
fatalities among students participating in sports. 
By attendance you will become better able to: 



1 . initiate a stronger system of teacher-athletic trainers; 

2. involve a greater number of physicians and allied 
health personnel in local sports medicine programs. 

3. disseminate current information on the techniques of 
sports medicine to other physicians, trainers, coaches, 
etc., in your local program and develop an understand- 
ing of the interrelated roles of each group; 

4. develop special projects that will facilitate further de- 
velopment of your sports medicine program; 

5. develop or participate in an information gathering 
system for the growing research into sports injuries; 

6. investigate the circumstances contributing to athletic 
accidents and injuries; 

7. conduct continuous evaluation of your sports medi- 
cine program to determine the degree to which ob- 
jectives are being achieved. 

JOIN US! We want you to become a leader in the 
development of an excellent sports medicine program in 
your school. 



Tenth Annual Medical Aspects of Sports Symposium: 
Sports Medicine Programs for Our Schools 



March 30-31, 1981 



PRE-REGISTRATION 



NAME 



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Registration Fee — Physicians: $70.00 

Coaches, Trainers, Administrators, Physical Therapists: $25.00 



Hotel Reservation Needed? Yes No 

_ Monday luncheon @ $5.00 Tuesday luncheon @ $5 00 



All checks should be made payable to the University of Kentucky and mailed to Ms Joy Greene, Continuing Education. College of Medi- 
cine, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 40536 The registration fee (less $5.00 handling charge) will be refunded if notice of 
cancellation is received by March 16, 1981 The right to cancel the course for insufficient registration is reserved. 



CLINIC ATTENDANCE 

According to our records the following basketball 
officials have not attended the mandatory KHSAA officials' 
clinic as required in ByLaw 28, Sec. 3, and will not be 
permitted to officiate until they have attended a makeup 
clinic: 



Abell, Joseph F. Jr. 
Adams, Denver D. 
Adams, Jack L. 
Akers, Ottis 
Alcorn, Mark A. 
Amis, John Paul 
Anglin, Howard S. 
Arvin, Joseph M. 
Asher, Noah Michael 
Ashmus, Lori A. 
Askins, Milton Ray 
Atherton, Deborah A. 
Ault, Delbert F. 
Azevedo, Vernon 
Bailey, James C. 
Barker, Jerry W. 
Barnett, Donald S. 



Barrett, Mitchell 
Barrett, Suzanne 
Barrett, William C. 
Barton, Kimber Lewis 
Batchelder, John William 
Bates, J.R. 

Baumeister, Charles A. 
Beach, Darrell W. 
Belcher, J. Michael 
Bell, Henry B. 
Bentley, Larry F. 
Benton, Jeffrey L. 
Bertrand, Earl F. 
Blair, Jeff 
Borders, Harold I. 
Bowden, James A. 
Bradley, Edward E. 



Bradley, Phillip D. 
Brady, Ron 
Branham, Donald R. 
Brashear, Ricky R. 
Breeden, Wayne T. 
Brewer, Mark A. 
Bridges, Ralph L. 
Brooks, Wallis 
Brown, Paul David Jr. 
Brown, Rickie Fay 
Bruner, Jack C. 
Bryant, Connie 
Bryson, G. Moore 
Bunch, Ronnie E. 
Bunch, W. Terrell 
Burns, Ralph E. 
Burroughs, Marsue 
Burton, Willard A. 
Cambron, John Lane 
Carey, James R. 
Carter, J. Michael 
Carver, Harold Wayne 
iCaudle, Gary H. 
Cecil, Jimmie R. 
Chapman, Gary P. 
Chapman, Thomas W. 



Cheek, Allan B. 
Chick, William A. 
Christopher, Randall S. 
Clark, Williams. Ill 
Claycomb, Eddie H. 
demons, Robert L. 
Clore, Ken 
Cole, Westerfield 
Combs, John E. 
Conley, Edward D. 
Conley, Greg G. 
Cook, Lewis 
Couch, Lester 
Cowan, Ronnie C. 
Cowens, Gary T. 
Crawford, Rick A. 
Croley, Jerry 
Crumb, Steve R. 
Cunningham, John Alan 
Curtis, Ella Mae 
Curtis, Kenneth 
Curtsinger, Garvey L. 
Dalenberg, Timothy 
Daniels, Carl L. 
Daniels, Phillip 
Daugherty, Robert L. 



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Davis, Thomas A. 

Davis, Wayne L. 

Davis, William R. 

Day, Christopher 

Day, Douglas B. 

Day, Lawrence W. 

Dierig, Thomas H. 

Dixon, J.R. 

Douglas, Bill 

Duff, Birchell 

Dunn, Christopher S. 

Dunn, Keith F. 

Dunn, Richard 

Eastep, Phillip R. 

Ellis, Dwayne 

Emberton, Charles E. 

Engle, Tim 

Fannie, Ronald E. 

Fannon, Norman 

Faulk, Terry W. 

Feher, Al J. 

Feltner, Wendell 

Fetters, Arnold 

Fields, Alesia A. 

Floyd, Joe W. 

Floyd, Paul Jr. 

Fox, Curtis Howard 

Fraley, Charlie L. 

Franklin, Sandraetta 

Frazer, Tom Roe 

Frey, William R. 

Fritz, Douglas E. 

Fudge, Mark 

Fuell, Wm. Patrick 

Fulmer, Ken 

Gardner, James A. 

Gayheart, Damon D. 

Gibson, Charles M. 

Gibson, Gerald L. 

Gish, Pete 

Goad, Tommy 

Goetz, William C. 

Coins, Thomas A. 

Gorham, Charles 

Gossett, Roger B. 

Gray, Paul E. 

Greene, Steve Lloyd 

Greer, L. Darriel 

Griffin, Danny 

Griffith, Robert E. 

Hackworth, Charles Walter 

Hafley, Joseph E. 

Halbert, Kathy 

Hale, Richard W. 

Hale, Sandy 

Hall, Jeff 

Hall, Jimmy 

Handley, Woodie R., Sr. 

Handlon, Mark 

Harmon, Randall Taylor 

Harris, Tony M. 

Harrod, Ron 

Hatcher, Paul 

Hawkins, Anthony 

Hawkins, Emile C. 

Hawkins, Maurice Paul 

Hensley, Jerry W. 

Higgins, David 

Hill, Myron K. 

HInton, David Alexander 

Holland, Jay 

Holmes, Lois L. 

Hopkins, Douglas M. 

Hopper, John H. 

Howe, Ronnie W. 

Huang, Nathan C. 



Hughes, Winfred C. 
Hunt, Larry R. 
Hurt, Thomas C, Sr. 
Hyatt, Robert L., Jr. 
Irby, Mike P. 
James, David L. 
James, Janice Kaye 
Jarvis, Billy Ray 
Jaynes, Tim 
Jent, Richard L. 
Johnson, Bruce O. 
Jones, Tommy S. 
Jurasin, James A. 
Keeling, Reuben 
Keene, Phillip Mark 
Kennedy, Russell 
Kidder, Jeffrey F. 
King, Bobby Rickey 
Kistner, Gary W. 
Lacer, Albert Ray 
Lamar, Huston O. 
Lamastus, Randall 
LaRue, Wm. D., Jr. 
Lawson, Rondell 
Leagans, George H. 
Ledford, Michael E. 
Ledford, Thomas B. 
Lee, John M. 
Lee, William A. 
Leiand, Lonnie L. 
Lewis, Joseph Catron 
Lewis, Larry Roy 
Long, Robert F. 
Long, Scottie J. 
Louden, Forrest W. 
Lovelace, Donald Clinton 
Lowe, Stephen F. 
Lyons, David 

MacDonald, Hunk Vincent 
McAlister, Caswell 
McCarthy, Steven M. 
McCoy, Freddy L. 
McCoy, Gary Wendell 
McDaniel, Arthur D. 
McDaniel, George W. 
McFarland, Patrick E. 
McGaughey, Joseph Jr. 
McGown, Phil 
McKenzie, Forrest 
McKinney, Alan Mark 
McWilliams, James M. 
Maggard, Charles Joseph 
Marcum, H. Allen 
Maybrier, Bo 
Mayer, John P. 
Maynard, James H. 
Maynard, Walter E. 
Melton, Paul D. 
Meyer, Michael F. 
Mickey, Steve 
Milner, Randy 
Mitchner, Kent D. 
Montgomery, Billy J. 
Moore, Bradley 
Moore, Phillip H. 
Morgan, John Edward Jr. 
Morris, John H. 
Morrison, James W. 
Morse, Richard Jr. 
Murphy, Brian K. 
Murphy, Dianna 
Murphy, Tom 
Myers, Fred E. 
Nail, Kenny P. 
Neal, James 
Newhous, Douglas E. 



Newman, David 
Newsome, Bill 
Newton, Danny L. 
Niles, Lew W. 
Nolte, Jerry 
Nunn, Kirk 
Cakes, Tim 
O'Cull, John D. 
Oestreicher, Edward G. 
Ormes, Jerry 
O'Toole, Dennis 
Owens, Greg 
Owens, Ronnie L. 
Parker, Ronald 
Patterson, Kerry Duane 
Pearson, William M 
Peterson, Bill S. 
Peyton, William C. 
Phelps, Jimmy B. 
Phelps, Johnny 
Phillips, Samuel M. 
Poe, Greg 
Powell, Robert M. 
Prichard, Glenn W. 
Racis, Joe 
Rains, E. Paul 
Ragland, Rick 
Rail, Edward W. 
Ransdell, Douglas R. 
Rawlings, Charles C. 
Raymond, Jay 
Reeves, David 
Reid, Cecil H. Jr. 
Reinle, Ronnie 
Rice, Ronnie Jay 
Richards, Modell Truman 
Rigon, Dennis 
Riley, Jeffrey L. 
Riley, Tim Ray 
Roaden, Lonnie 
Roark, Adam R. 
Roberson, Robin 
Roberts, Kenneth R. 
Robinson, Mary H. 
Rock, Dennis C. 
Rogers, Ronald 
Runyon, Don 
Russell, Nathan Lynn 
Russell, Clement 
Rutledge, Mark A. 
Sammons, Todd Alan 
Sargent, Terry C. 
Schaefer, Bonnie L. 
Scott, Lynn 
Scott, Travis Paul 
Sears, Len 
Shannon, Donald 
Simpson, Randy 
Simpson, William 
Singleton, Bobby 
Sirls, Brenda 
Skelton, Rebecca 
Sketch, Gregory V. 
Slone, Ishmael 
Smith, Bruce E. 
Smith, C.R. 
Smith, Virginia Lee 



Snowden, Marty 
Solomon, Charles E. 
Stacy, R. Tony 
Stagnolia, Eugene 
Stanton, Ronald R. 
Staples, Brian K. 
Starner, Donald C. 
Stephenson, Harry S. 
Stevens, Joyce E. 
Stevens, Larry D. 
Stinson, Charles L. 
Stone, Kenneth W. 
Stull, Melvln R. 
Sutherland, Raymond C. 
Sutton, James A. 
Switzer, Richard J. Jr. 
Tackett, Timmy 
Talbott, William D. 
Tarry, William Robert 
Tarvin, Roger Wayne 
Tatman, Jeffrey 
Terry, Richard A. 
Thomas, Greg 
Thomas, James A. 
Thompson, David 
Thompson, David L. 
Thrasher, Barry L. 
Toy, John R. 
Trimble, Stephen Allen 
Trogdien, Harley 
Tucker, Edward Allen 
Tucker, Joseph P. 
Turner, Joseph L. 
Turner, Paul Eric 
Turner, Ronald Lee 
Twyman, Garnett 
VanHoose, Wendell Kevin 
Vanover, Larry W. 
Vermillion, Charles D. 
Vincini, Peter Francis 
Wagoner, Terry D. 
Walker, Joe D. 
Walker, Landon III 
Wallace, Danny Lane 
Wallace, Kevin M. 
Wallenfelsz, David E. 
Waller, Jim 
Wallin, Charles 
Wallin, James Dean 
Walton, Roy G. 
Wasson, Billy Joe 
Watson, Dave 
Weihe, Timothy L. 
Wells, Charles E. 
Wheeler, James M. 
Whitaker, Ricky A. 
White, William L. 
Whiteside, Ronald 
Whitemore, Jackie 
Wilkie, Craig R. 
Williams, Frank 
Wilson, Dan 
Wolfe, Keith V. 
Woodward, Mark A. 
Wright, Milt Thomas 
Wyatt, Tony David 
York, Marva L. 



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According to our records the following basketball 
coaches have not attended the mandatory clinic as 
required in ByLaw 28, Sec. 3: 

Thomas Cook — Christian Academy 
Richard Mosley — Farmdale Christian 
Mike Crowe — Powell County 
James Watson — St. Francis 



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Gary Sundmacker — Stuart 

Paul Watts — Western Anderson 

Richard Emery — Stuart 

Lazetta Cook — Western Anderson 

Katie Wesseling — St. Henry 

Butch Hays — Simon Kenton 

Suzy Wera — Beechwood 

Sally Meng — Bellevue 

Joan Shadley — Notre Dame Academy 

James Schmidt — Maysville 

Dan Hampel — George Rogers Clark 

Dan Hill — Frankfort 

Deborah Perry — Burgin 

Genie Sims — Harrodsburg 

Kathy Neal — Lafayette 

Mike Elkins — Madison 

Jeanne Stull — Model Laboratory 

Kenneth Hurt — Garrard County 

Charles Adams — McCreary Central 

Larry Hurt — Pulaski County 

Phillip R. Baker — Shopville 

James Mason — Barbourville 

Ricky Adams — Jenkins 

Zella Coms — Cordia 

Charlie Whitaker — Knott County Central 

Mark Keith — Powell County 

Steve McCann — Pikeville 

Brook Sparks — Raceland 

1980-81 APPROVED 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following officials have qualified for the 
advanced rating of Approved as a result of the Na- 
tional Federation Basketball Examination and re- 
quirements of the K.H.S.A.A.: 



Adams, Ray Jr. 
Adkins, Madison L. 
Akins, Clyde B. 
Alexander, Donald E. 
Alexander, Ron J. 
Allen, Christopher T. 
Anderson, Danny D. 
Angelucci, Armand Jr. 
Arnold, Eddie 
Askins, Milton Ray 
Atwood, Bobby 
Atzinger, Phyllis M. 
Bailey, Harrison 
Bain, Stanley T. 
Baldwin, Carl R. 
Barnard, Phillip E. 
Barnhill, E. Carl 
Barton, Ronald G. 
Bates, J.R. 

Baumann, Michael G. 
Baxter, William H, 
Beard, Charles H. 
Beasley, Steven D. 
Belcher, Gerald T. 
Bergstrom, Edwin V. Jr. 
Berns, Thomas Earl 
Bibelhauser, Nancy L. 
Blair, Jeff 
Blakeman, Mike T. 
Blanford, Margaret J. 
Bond, Terry Lee 
Bovinet, Gerald 
Boyd, Tommy 



Boykin, Arthur L. 
Brady, Ron 
Branham, George 
Brausch, William David 
Breegle, Bruce M. 
Brown, David H. 
Brown, Judy C. 
Brown, Nicholas W. 
Brown, Rickie Fay 
Brown, Ronnie E. 
Brueggemann, Timothy J. 
Buckman, William Larkin 
Buerger, Timothy W. 
Buis, Michael A. 
Bunch, Lawrence O. 
Burdette, Randall C. 
Burton, Bill J. 
Cambron, John Lane 
Carey, James R. 
Garden, L. Gene 
Castle, Banner 
Catron, Mike D. 
Cessna, Clayborn Jr. 
Chaffin, John B. 
Chasteen, Rick 
Christopher, Randall S. 
Clark, Betty Lou 
Clay, Scott L. 
Coleman, C. Ronald 
Combs, Sherman 
Compton, Jerry T. 
Cook, Chandlar D. 
Cook, Donald Wayne 



Cook, Edwin S., Ill 
Cooper, John F. 
Cooper, Mary Linda 
Craft, Robert E, 
Creekmore, Milford Burl 1st 
Crick, James E. 
Crittenden, Fred M. 
Crowell, Jimmy D. 
Crump, Edward G. 
Cummins, E. Ray 
Cunningham, Bobby R. 
Curry, Howard Mark 
Daniels, Steve A. 
Darnell, Nick 
Davis, Harold T. 
Decker, Neil T. 
Delaney, William T. 
Denham, Edward G. 
DIerig, Thomas H. 
Dossett, Mac L. 
Dotson, Scott J. 
Douthwaite, Donald D. 
Drake, John E. 
Duncan, William H. 
Edwards, W. Glenn 
Effinger, Sharon Marie 
Eha, C. Steven 
Elliott, Jerry O. 
Ensslin, Charles W. 
Ernst, Danny Lee 
Evans, Alvin 
Evans, Ronnie B. 
Everly, Randy 
Farhat, Ned 
Featherstone, John E. 
Feltner, Paul 
Fields, Jerry W. 
Foutch, Enoch Jr. 
Francis, Conrad L. 
Francis, William R. 
Franklin, John L. 
Frazer, Tom Roe 
Fritschner, John B. 
Gann, Ronnie W. 
Gibson, Gerald L. 
Gilland, Lisa M. 
Gillespie, Vicky L. 
Glisker, Barry A. 
Goble, Kelly M. 
Godbey, Tom 
Golden, Leonard T. 
Gordon, Dwight 
Gordon, James W. 
Gornet, Mary P. 
Green, James David 
Greene, James Bert 
Grefer, Thomas J. 
Gregory, Barbara 
Grieme, William J. 
Gupton, George E. 
Hacker, David S. 
Mainline, Charles C. 
Halbert, Kathy 
Hale, Charles David 
Hamilton, Paul K. 
Hammock, Don L. 
Hardin, Phillip M. 
Hargrove, David L. 



Haste, Fred 
Hatfield, Daniel E. 
Hauber, Cheri L. 
Hause, Martin B. 
Hayes, David 
Heckel, Charles A. 
Heckel, Richard D. 
Hendren, James W. 
Henry, Dennis W. 
Henry, Tony A. 
Hicks, Floyd E. 
Hicks, Michael L. 
Hiipp, Gerald L. 
Holmes, Ronald M. 
Holt, Timothy E. 
Houchens, Joe Danny 
Houchens, Tom M. 
Hughes, Roy S. 
Hummel, Joseph G. 
Hyatt, Robert L. Jr. 
Jewell, Billy J. 
Johnson, Frank J. 
Johnson, Kenneth Ray 
Jones, John F. Ill 
Kellam, Steven Louis 
Kersey, William Andy 
Kessinger, Michael W. 
King, Chester R. 
King, Curtis R. 
Kistner, Gary L. 
Lambert, Roger Wayne 
Larimore, Leslie Steven 
Latkovski, Andy 
Lawson, Sonny 
Lawson^ Stanley 
Ledford, Thomas B. 
Leep, John B. Jr. 
Lenox, Robert Michael 
Lewis, Joseph Catron 
Looney, James O. 
Loperfido, Richard O. 
Louden, Forrest W. 
Luttrell, Daisy Mae 
McEuen, Robert A. 
McGavic, Ronald L. 
McGrath, Robert C. 
Mcintosh, Carl W. 
McMahon, James B. 
Maddox, Arthur Lee 
Madison, James H. 
Majors, Jeffrey Y. 
Mann, Cathleen L. 
Marquette, Ralph L. Jr. 
Mattingly, Terry L. 
May, Paul L. 
May, William C. 
Mefford, R. Granville 
Meredith, William Craig 
Meyer, David W. 
Milam, James B. 
Mills, John C. Jr. 
Molands, Lawrence 
Moore, N. Dean 
Moore, Ronald A. 
Morris, Larry E. 
Morris, Thomas A. 
Morrison, Donnie Royce 
Mosley, David 



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Mullins, Harold D. 
Murrell, Charles 
Nash, Richard C. 
Nelligan, Michael L. 
Newman, William O. 
Newsome, Cecil Jr.; 
Newsome, Gerald D. 
Nix, Roger L. 
Osborne, Ronnie 
Osbourn, Vincent P. 
Oser, Larry E. 
Owens, Danny L. 
Owsley, Robert T. 
Paitsel, James D. Jr. 
Pandolfi, Thomas A. 
Parker, Lowell D. 
Parker, Steve R. 
Parkey, Cecil Edward 
Pate, Edward M. 
Peak, Barbara A. 
Perry, Charles E. 
Peyton, William C. 
Phelps, Jimmy B. 
Phipps, Charles R. 
Phipps, Dannie Lee 
Pickett, Kenneth H. 
Pierce, Frank D. Jr. 
Ponchot, Joseph C. 
Porter, David L. 
Prather, Clinton R. 
Pruitt, Gregory D. 
Quisenberry, David 
Riley, Jeffrey L. 
Ritchie, William H. 
Ritter, Tommy F. 
Roark, David W. 
Robinson, Ted 
Rogers, Michael C. 
Rousey, James P. 
Russell, Allen R. 
Ryan, Clifford W. 
Ryan, D. Kevin 
Sargent, William L. Jr. 
Schmitt, Alvin J. 
Schomaker, Charles Thomas 
Scott, Emmanuel H. 
Scott, Sidney H. 
Sellier, Ed Jr. 
Sever, William B. Jr. 
Shartzer, Stephen Kent 
Shaw, Donald L. 
Shelton, Shelah K. 
Shepherd, Larry Nolan 
Simpson, James H. 
Smart, John S. 
Smith, Bruce E. 
Smith, James B. 



Spahr, Scott David 
Spears, Ronnie Gene 
Stephenson, Joe H. 
Stethen, Mike 
Stevens, William Terry 
Stober, Martha 
Story, John B. 
Sullivan, Dan P. 
Swafford, Billy D. 
Taylor, Jerry D. 
Tennill, Rebecca L. 
Thomas, Bobby 
Thomas, John O. Jr. 
Thomas, Leonard A. 
Thompson, David L. 
Thompson, Jerry W. 
Thompson, Robert E. 
Thornbury, C. Brice 
Ticknor, W.G. 
Tolliver, Jerry L. 
Trapp, Charles W. 
Tucker, Charles N. 
Tucker, Phillip A. 
Turner, Michael E. 
Umfress, Lynda 
Upchurch, Daniel E. 
Vance, G. Scott 
VanHooser, Phillip 
Varney, Gregory N. 
Vaught, Marvin W. 
Wade, Charles O. 
Wagoner, James A. 
Walker, Keith L. 
Walton, Roy G. 
Washnock, Richard L. 
Weinel, Timothy W. 
Westerman, Carol G. 
Wheeler, Milton L. 
White, Curtis E. 
White, David A. 
Whitmer, Phillip W. 
Willett, Joseph L. 
Williams, Terry L. 
Wilson, Freddie W. 
Wise, Gary Lee 
Witt, Robert Earl 
Woolridge, James L. 
Wooten, Danny R. 
Wright, Gary L. 
Wright, Robert Thomas 
Yancey, Delbert L. 
Yann, Gerald R. 
Yeiser, Gerald N. 
Yeoman, George T. 
York, Marva L. 
Young, Tony W. 
Zachem, John Whitt 



1980-81 CERTIFIED 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The folowing officials have qualified for the 
advanced rating of Certified as a result of the 
National Federation Basketball Examination and 
requirements of the K.H.S.A.A.: 



Acton, Claude J. 
Adams, Beverly S. 



Allen, Jeffery L. 
Allen, Thomas Eugene 



Allen, Yvon 
Anders, Raleigh A. 
Anderson, Ralph 
Appling, James 
Arnold, James R. 
Asher, Ralph 
Ashurst, Michael Lee 
Bair, David J. 
Baker, Janice F, 
Baldwin, Dennis E. 
Ball, Charles Philip 
Banks, Paul Jr. "Buddy" 
Barnes, Barry L. 
Barnes, Conard Gene 
Bartley, Joseph R. 
Basler, Mel 
Beck, Robert E. 
Beckner, Gene 
Bell, Clarence T. 
Bell, Gregory 
Bell, Henry B. 
Bell, Ronald Keith 
Bertrand, Earl F. 
Bertsch, Ronald L. 
Beshears, James T. 
Bevins, Wallace I. 
Billips, Douglas A. 
Bogar, Joseph D. 
Bohanon, Alan K. 
Boisture, Roy W. 
Boucher, Larry Gene Jr. 
Bowling, Donald E. 
Branstetter, Charles Elwood 
Brantley, Delmer L. 
Brashear, Loy Ray 
Brewer, Charles A. 
Brewer, Jerry 
Brewer, Lloyd 
Bridges, Ralph L. 
Brock, Jack W. 
Brockman, Thomas A. 
Brockman, Gerald Kenneth 
Brothers, Dottle L. 
Brown, Barry D. 
Brown, J.W. "Scoop" 
Brown, Michael Ray 
Brown, Stevan J. 
Brown, Wendell 
Browning, Wayne 
Bruner, Jack C. 
Bryant, Jimmy W. 
Bugg, James M. 
Bullock, James Douglas 
Bullock, Larry E. 
Burch, Bill 
Burkart, Robert L. 
Burkeen, Phillip C. 
Bush, Karmen B. 
Butcher, Stephen D. 
Byars, Don W. II 
Camacho, Marcus A. 
Campbell, Dexter Lane 
Carlton, Robert W. 
Carnes, D. Dwight 
Carpenter, Jasper 
Carter, J. Michael 
Casey, Ancle L. 
Cash, Charles C. 



Catron, Ken 
Cecil, James Ronald 
Centers, Mike 
Chappie, Charles A. 
Clark, James Ken 
Cobb, Mike B. 
Coffman, W. Steve 
Colley, Lynn W. 
Collier, Burnard 
Collins, Hubert 
Combs, Henry B. 
Compton, Adolphus H. 
Cook, William Preston 
Copley, Sidney M. 
Cornelison, Michael R. 
Cox, James M. 
Cox, Ken 
Cox, Rufus A. 
Crick, Dwaine 
Crisp, Jackie Day 
Cross, Roger 
Crume, Jane B. 
Crutcher, Marlon 
Crutcher, Paul M. 
Cundiff, Curt 
Cunningham, Robert L. 
Cupp, Jackie R. 
Curlis, Ella Mae 
Curry, Randall L. 
Damron, Adam G. 
Daniel, Roger T. 
Daniels, Robert A. 
Dant, Joseph B. 
Davis, Bobby W. 
Davis, John C. 
Davis, Jay W. 
Davis, Thomas A. 
Day, Jack L. 
Day, Richard W. 
Decker, James F. 
Dennedy, T. Robert 
Denton, Calvin R. 
DeVary, William B. 
Dill, James Roger 
Divine, Wayne L. 
Dixon, Billy M. 
Dixon, Oscar 
Dixon, Ronald R. 
Doll, Allen 
Downs, Joseph W. 
Dozier, Dennis M. 
Driskell, Earl Jr. 
Duff, Birchen 
Durbin, Hade 
Durbin, Roy 
Duvall, Thomas J. Sr. 
Dyke, Orville Dean 
Fades, Mark 
Eads, Ronald Lynn 
East, William L. 
Eaves, James K. 
Ebel, Jack D. 
Edmondson, Johnny B. 
Edwards, Wayne D. 
Elliott, Michael C. 
Emmons, Guy W. 
Estes, Walter R. 
Etienne, Donald H. 



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Evans, Lewis 
Everly, Phyllis J. 
Idol, Bilfy Joe Sr. 
Isham, Buford 
Jacl<son, Dennis 
Jacl<son, Robert H. 
Jackson, Stephen A. 
Jansen, Jean A. 
Jeffers, Stephen E. 
Jenkins, Burney 
Jennings, Jeff 
Jent, Richard L. 
Johns, James E. 
Johnson, Gayle W. 
Johnson, James M. 
Johnson, Jerry Lee 
Johnson, W. Lynn 
Johnson, Walter 
Johnson, William Michael 
Jones, Denver 
Jones, Frank 
Jones, Ken L. 
Kazunas, Gerald L. 
Keeling, Reuben 
Kemper, Nancy B. 
Kirk, Charles F. 
Kluepfel, Joseph G. 
Klump, William Roger 
Knauer, Glen M. 
Kouns, Robert H. 
Kristof, David A. 
Lamar, Huston O. 
Lamastus, Randall 
Lambert, Irvin G. 
Lashley, Daniel R. 
Laskey, Barbara A. 
Latham, Billy D. 
Lawson, Rondell 
Layne, Bert 
Lee, Charles J. 
Lee, David F. 
Liggett, Ernest J. 
Lile, Clyde F. 
Long, James E. 
Long, James Stephen 
Long, Robert F. 
Long, William H. 
Lusby, George 
McAnally, Tom 
McCarley, John W. 
McCarthy, Steven M. 
McClure, Jerry T. 
McDowell, Benny D. 
McGinty, L.V. Jr. 
McGowan, James E. 
Mcintosh, Carl W. 
McKenzie, Dwight E. 
McKenzie, James M. 
McMillin, Larry L. 
McNulty, Robert P. 
McPherson, Lanny P. 
McPike, Ray S. Jr. 
Maddox, Robert V. 
Maines, George E. 
Martin, Terry Joe 
Maxey, Michael 
Maxey, Richard E. 
Menser, Scott 



Meredith, Vernal Eric 
Meredith, Wilmoth J. 
Middleton, John W. 
Miller, Harold P. 
Mitchell, Curtis N. 
Mohr, Thomas W. Jr. 
Monks, Ronald E. 
Moore, Franklin "Bud" 
Moore, Marvin 
Moore, Robert W. Jr. 
Moorman, Thomas P. 
Morgan, Charles B. "Chuck 
Morgan, Richard 
Morris, Bobby 
Morris, Edward C. 
Morris, John C. 
Morrison, Daniel G. 
Morse, Richard K. 
Moser, Rudy Clay 
Mullins, William B. 
Murdach, Leslie L. 
Murphy, Michael P. 
Murrell, Allen L. 
Murt, Gene T. 
Myers, Ronald J. 
Newton, Dennis W. 
Ogden, Paul J. Jr. 
Overstreet, Walter R. 
Owens, Bruce E. 
Owens, Pete 
Owens, Ronnie L. 
Pearl, George W. 
Peeno, Harry R. 
Pelphrey, Joe D. 
Pelphrey, Paul L. 
Percell, Danny L. 
Peters, Fred E. 
Peyton, William Ray 
Phillips, Thomas M. 
Pickrell, Jerry W. 
Pietrowski, Paul 
Plummer, William B. 
Poe, Thomas E. "Buddie" 
Polly, Rex 
Powell, Billy R. 
Proffitt, Carlie M. 
Purcell, J. Kenneth 
Radjunas, Ed 
Radjunas, John B. 
Ramey, Gary 
Randolph D. Elwood 
Raymer, Don L. 
Read, Ray V. 
Reader, Robert N. 
Redle, Joel E. 
Reffitt, Tommy E. 
Revis, David G. 
Rhodes, Cecil 
Rhodus, Harry D. 
Rich, Dennis W. 
Ringstaff, Roy G. 
Roesel, Joseph F. 
Rogers, Eldridge 
Rogers, Ralph D. 
Rouse, Thomas L. 
Runyon, Tommy D. 
Russell, Clement 
Salyer, Henry E. 



Sanders, John David 
Saylors, Carlee 
Schneider, Donald P. 
Sears, Wilson 
Seavers, Joe 
Seivy, Curt 
Shake, Kenneth L. 
Shaw, Earl 
Shields, Donald C. 
Shuck, Thomas G. 
Sigler, Susie 
Simpson, F. DeLane 
Sims, Frank D. 
Skaggs, Bobby L. 
Smallwood, Talmadge 
Smiley, James F. 
Smith, Benny L. 
Smith, Gary 
Smith, Ronald A. 
Smith, Ronald K. 
Smith, Roy M. 
Smith, William E. 
Sowder, Bill D. 
Sphar, David L. 
Spalding, J. Randall 
Sparrow, John A. 
Spencer, Irvine E. 
Spoonamore, Jim 
Stark, Allan D. 
Stark, Douglas O. 
Stephenson, Harry S. 
Stethen, James E. 
Stevenson, Michael G. 
Stewart, William J. 
Stikeleather, Clyde L. 
Stoker, Steven B. 
Stokes, Cubb R. 
Stokes, Tommy G. 
Stone, Kenneth W. 
Stone, Sidney P. 
Stovall, Catherine 
Strain, Richard P. 
Straus, William W. 
Strong, Charles E. 
Studle, Ronald O. 
Stuedle, Raymond J. Sr. 
Sullivan, Dan L. 
Sumner, Carl 
Switzer, Richard J. Jr. 
Swope, Tom R. 
Szyper, Richard T. 
Taylor, Bill 
Taylor, Donald D. 



Thomas, Bill G. 
Thomas, Durward C. 
Thompson, Charles Allen 
Thompson, Gary 
Thompson, Joe 
Thompson, Thomas A. 
Thompson, Tom D. 
Thomson, Cecil W. 
Thornberry, Gary E. 
Tindall, Cliff 
Tinsley, Marion F. 
Turner, Keenan V. 
Turpin, Donald W. 
Turpin, Ronald D. 
Tuttle, Walter E. Ill 
Uriage, Dick 
Vance, Hunter 
Vanover, J.W. 
Vaughn, Ronald B. 
Vincent, Jack 
Vinson, Ray T. 
Vories, Richard 
Vories, Gary W. 
Vories, Kent 
Votaw, Tony R 
Wade, Kent 
Wade, Sharon A. 
Wages, Robert P. 
Wallace, John 
Wallen, Wendell L. 
Weber, Thomas C. 
Webster, Norman E. 
Weihe, Robert J. 
Weyer, James G. 
Whitaker, Charles W. 
White, William L. 
Williams, Bobby G. 
Williams, Buford W. Jr. 
Williams, Donald L. 
Williams, Gary L. 
Williams, Gregory M. 
Williams, James A. 
Williams, Roger 
Wilson, Kenneth H. 
Wilson, Paul A. 
Wilson, Plomer C. Jr. 
Wilson, William Bruce 
Winfrey, W. Shelby 
Wolfe, Dennis R. 
Woosley, Darrell G. 
Woosley, Donald R. 
Wooton, George B. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 
REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(Continued from December Athlete) 

(If one telephone number is given for an official, it is the home 
phone number unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are 
given, the first number is the home phone). 

Ledford, Thomas B. — 2702 Wren Rd., Ft. Campbell 42223 — 431- 

4482 
Lee, Charles J. — Box 57, Williamsburg 40769 — 606/549-3766; 

528-5851 
Lee, David F. — 6810 Dartmoor Dr., Louisville 40222 — 425-3863; 

425-5076 
Lee, William A. — Box 1 16, Wallins Creek 40873 — 606/664-2127; 

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Leep, John B. Jr. — 123 Comanche, Carrolton 41008 — 502/732- Marquette, Ralph L. Jr. — 231 Hemingway Rd., Louisville 40207 — 

5230; 732-4844 502/893-2782; 458-2623 

LeMaster, Ronald K. — 915 Maryland Ct., Flatwoods 41 139 — 606/ Martin, Terry Joe — 903 Fourth St., Corbin 40701 — 606/528-3463; 

836-8072; 325-7755 X-41 1 528-3140 

Lenox, RobertMichael — Rt. 5, Cynthiana41D31 — 234-5760; 234- Mayer, John P. — Rt. 2 Box 225, Frenchburg 40322 -606/768- 

1678 3504; 768-2373 

Letcher, Ronnie — 106 Oriole St., Carlisle 40311 — 289-5573; 289- May, Paul L. — Box 5 Rt. 2, McVeigh 41546 — 353-9238; 353-7239 

2208 Maynard, James H. — RR40Box292, Inez41224 — 606/298-3848; 
Lewis, Joseph Catron — 1245 Summit, Lexington 40502 — 266- 298-3288 

7246 Maynard, Richard J. — Rt. 6 Box 563W, Pikeville 41501 — 437- 
Lewis, Milton H. — 6 Lake St., Ft. Wright 41011 — 606/331-1650; 7590; 432-3380 

261-4010 Meek, Jeff — Box 356 Keene Hall EKU, Richmond 40475 — 606/ 
Liggett, Ernest J. — 46 Home St., Newport 41071 —606/491-8061; 625-5280 

513/221-1234 Meffert, Karen A. — 6600 Outer Loop #21, Louisville 40228 — 968- 
Listerman, Michael L. — 213-A Carthage Rd., California 41007 — 9502; 582-4403 

635-5135; 781-3333 Mefford, R. Granville — 320 Port William, Carrollton 41008 — 502/ 
Logan, Jeff — Ohio River Rd., Greenup 41144 — 473-9201 732-8252; 732-4844 

Lonaker, Roger D. — 616 Woolery Ave,, Falmouth 41040 — 654- Menser, Scott — 317 E. Keigan St., Dawson Springs 42408 — 797- 

8016; 654-6105 8254; 669-4161 

Loney, Earl — 162472 Ohio St., Owensboro 42301 — 926-3741 ;685- Meredith, Vernal Eric — Rt. 3, Elizabethtown 42701 — 737-3562 

9110 Meredith, William Craig — 9401 Habersham Dr., Louisville 40222 — 
Long, James E. - Box 73, Basket! 42402 — 827-5000; 827-1867 502/426-8226; 451-2430 

Long, RobertF— 664 Lombardy Dr., Lexington40505 — 299-7226; Meredith, Wilmont J. — 5219 Matterhorn Dr., Louisville 40216 — 

233-3717 447-0449 

Long, Scottie J. — Rt. 5 Box 232, Henderson 42420 — 826-5419 Meyer, David W. — 175 Main St., Newport 41071 — 581-0937 

Looney, James O. — Rt. 1, Box 631, Ashcamp 41512 — 606/754- Meyers, John F. — Box 513, Maysville 41056 — Bus. 606/759-7141 

9300; 754-4866 Middleton, John W. — 209 Leimaur Dr., Richmond 40475 — 626- 
Loperfido, Richard O. — 207 Fifth St., Greenup 41 144 — 606/473- 1682; 623-6373 

3761; 836-8161 X-100 Miller, George L. — East View 42732 — 862-9220; 737-1006 

Louden, Forrest W. — Box 224, Bedford 40006 — 502/255-3538; Miller, Harold P. — 103 East 24th St., Benton 42025 — 527-8749; 

317/546-1607 395-7121 X-2363 

Lovelace, Donald Clinton — 687 Rodenburg Rd., Roselle IL 60172 Mills, John C. Jr. — 2305 Briargate Ave., Louisville 40216 — 447- 

- 312/980-9366; 529-4500 5423; 425-3182 

Lowe, Stephen F. — 2124 Tamarack Dr., Lexington 40504 — 278- Mitchner, Kent D. — 1009 S. Third #201, Louisville 40203 — 502/ 

9662; 255-6841 589-3913 

Lusby, George —615 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown 40324 — 502/863- Mohr, Thomas W. Jr. — 34 Sunset Dr., Alexandria 41001 — 635- 

1440; 863-3805 5385; 635-4161 

Luttrell, Daisy Mae — Rt. 1 Box 380, Dunnville 42528 — 606/787- Monks, Ronald E. —3509 Dorset Rd., Louisville 4021 4 — 937-6222 

7458; 986-9341 X-580 Montgomery. Billy J. — Rt. 3 Box 489, Salyersville 41465 — 606/ 
McCarley, John W. — 302 W. Brown, Glasgow 42141 —651-6865; 349-5478 

651-2256 Moore, Alvin E. — Box 11 70 New Garden Station, Ft. Knox 401 21 — 
McCarthy, Stephen M. — 170 Poplar Ridge Rd, Alexandria 41001— 942-3665; 624-3630 

635-9038; 581-4422 Moore, Franklin "Bud" — 5351 Whitmore Dr., Cincinnati OH 45238 
McConahay. Rex W. — RC.TS., Lost Creek 41348 — 666-2359 _ 513/922-8317; 559-7246 

McDaniel, Michael A. — 235 Murry Street, Madisonville 42431 — Moore, Marvin — Rt. 5 Box 194, Morehead 40351 —606/784-6467 

821-7248; 821-1813 784-8956 

McDowell, Benny D. — 853 Collins Rd , Villa Hills 41017 — 341- Moore, Robert W. Jr. — 441 Forest Ave. Erianger 41018 — 342- 

0949; 341-4406 6942; 261-4613 

McEuen, Robert A, - Box 128, Corydon 42406 - 502/533-6139; Moore, Ronald A. — 312 East Third St., Frankfort 40601 — 502/ 

827-3545 X-221 227-7706; 223-8030 

McGavic, Ronald L. — 2500 Martin Ave , Louisville 40216 — 502/ Moorman, Thomas P. — Box 515, Hardinsburg 40143 — 502/257- 

447-2170; 367-3597 8272; 756-2821 

McGinty, L.V Jr. - 3927 Primrose PI, Paducah 42001 - 502/442- Morgan, John Edward Jr. - Rt, 1 Box 278, Annville 40402 - 606/ 

8080, 442-8050 364-5504; 615/869-2992 

McGowan, James E. — 1775 Mooreland Dr., Lexington 40502 — Morgan, Richard — 522 Taylor Dr., London 40741 — 864-9253' 864- 

269-9165; 232-3903 51 14 

McGrath, Robert O. — 3221 Tara Gale Dr.. Louisville 40216 — 502/ Morris, Bobby — Rt. 6, Mayfield 42066 — 247-5312; 247-0492 

447-0346; 778-2773 Morris, Edward C. — 153 RaintreeRd, Florence41042 — 371-9496; 
Mcintosh, Carl W. — Brewers Trailer Park, Jackson 41339 — 666- 727-2333 

2190. 666-8894 Morris, John C. — Box 115A RR 1, Pendleton 40055 — 502/255- 
McKenzie, DwightE. — 1 327 Grandview Dr., Ashland 41 101 —606/ 3657 

325-7081. 304/696-5672 Morris, Larry E. — 4701 Sebree #1 Lane, Louisville 40218 — 459- 
McKenzie, James M. —3234 Ridgeway Dr., Ashland 41 101 —606/ 1549 

324-7905; 325-1414 Morris, Thomas A. — 1320 South Ft. Thomas Ave., Ft. Thomas 
McMahon, James B— 2703 Sunrise Ave., Portsmouth OH 45662— 41075 — 441-3749; 563-2290 

614/354-1628; 606/932-3131 Morrison, Daniel G. — 500 Nutwood Ave., Bowling Green 42101 — 
McMillin, Larry L. — 3506 Rock Rose Lane, LaGrange 40031 —502/ 502/843-9633 

241-8998; 241-0320 Morse, Richard K, — 163 N. Deepwood, Radcliff 40160 — 502/ 
McNulty, Robert P. — 3626 Niagara Dr., Lexington 40502 — 273- 351-3748; 624-4646 

3791. 233-2535 Moser, Rudy Clay — Box 282, Sebree 42455 — 835-2532 

McPike, Ray S. Jr. — 629 River City Mall, Louisville 40202 — 502/ Mosley, David — 501 West 16th St., London 40741 — 864-4576 

451-3832; 585-2832 878-7913 

Maddox, Robert V— Box 6. Glencoe 41046 — 606/643-3941; 283- Mulberry, Larry G. — Box 70, Eddyville 42038 — 388-9953 

3192 Mullins, RaffordG. — Rt. 689, Flat Gap 41219 — 606/265-3568; 789- 
Madison, James H. — 429 Linden Lane, Nicholasville40356 — 887- 4890 

1047; 885-4144 Mullins, William B. — 543 Laketower Dr. #129, Lexington 40502 — 
Maines, George E. — 905 E. Main Apt. 17, Lexington 40502 — 269- 606/266-3509; 253-5836 

^''07 Mullins, William M. — 411 Beech Street, Falmouth 41040 — 606/ 
Mams, Jeff ery L. — Highway 27, Falmouth 4 1040 — 654-81 48; 472- 654-8385; 654-2931 

^0^1 Murdach, Leslie L. — 965 Homestead Trail, Henderson 42420 — 
Majors,JeffreyY. — Box 5494 Hart Hall MSU, Murray 42071 —879- 827^4133 

6500 Murphy, Brian K. — Box 594 Main St., Morton's Gap 42440 — 258- 
Mann, Cathleen L — 271 3-B Willow Court, Hopkinsville 42240 — 5584 

502/885-2492; 886-8116 Murphy, Michael P. — 2913 Pindell Ave., Louisville 40217 — 637- 
Marcum, H. Allen — Box 801, Barbourville 40906 — 546-4497 7205 



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Murphy, Tom — Box 171, Wayland 41666 — 358-4063; 358-4051 Phlpps, Dannie Lee — Rt. 2 Box 261, Hazel Green 41332 — 662- 

Murrell Allen L. — 1404 Woodhurst Dr., Bowling Green 42101 — 9683; 668-6585 

843-1290; 745-2466 Pickett, Kenneth H. —328 Keen Hall WKU, Bowling Green 421 01 — 

Murrell, Charles "Bl" — 656 New Squires, Lexington 40502 — 606/ 748-4096; 745-2984 

272-8421 PIckrell, Jerry W. — 499 Whispering Hills, Lexington 40503 — 272- 

Murt, Gene T. — 1106 Yarbro Lane, Paducah 42001 — 443-7950 7171, 272-1611 

Nash Richard C — 1625 Alexander Ave., Owensboro 42301 — Pierce, Frank D. Jr. — 1187A Drennan Park, Ft. Campbell 42223 — 

684-0683 615/431-5231; 798-6295 

Neal, James — 2546 Fairvlew Dr., Owensboro 42301 — 684-3094; Pletrowski, Paul — 107 Oaklawn, Corbin 40701 — 606/523-0272; 

685-2493 X-395 528-1630 

Neighbors, James Douglas — Rt. 1, Morgantown 42261 —502/ Plummer, William B — Rt. 1, Box 104H,Greenup41144 — 606/473- 

526-4740; 843-9031 6289; 329-7857 

Nelson, Barrett L. — Rt. 1 Box 200, Nebo 42441 — 249-3608 Poe. Thomas E. — Box 896 Rt. 2, Calvert City 42029 - 502/395- 



Newman, William O. — 2535 Ritchie St., Portsmouth OH 45662 — 

614/353-6257 
Newsome, Cecil Jr. — Box 755, Teaberry 41660 — 587-2755; 377- 

2410 
Newton, Dennis W. — 6002 Athens Dr., Louisville 40219 — 456- 

6561 
Nickles, Regina W. — Rt. 4, Harrodsburg 40330 — 748-5226 
Nix, Roger L. — 118 S. Dave, Madisonville 42431 — 825-1322 
Oakes, Tammy — 142 Ward St., Hazard 41701 — 606/436-5073 



7595; 527-8671 
Ponchot, Joseph C. —3387 Appletree Lane, Erlanger41018 — 342- 

6932; 342-6400 
Poppas. Stephen C. — Box 374, Jackson 41339 — 666-7480; 439- 

2311 
Portwood, Robbie — 1112 Yuma Tr., Georgetown 40324 —502/ 

863-1927 
Powell, Billy R. — Box 108, Elkhorn City 41522 — 754-8702; 754- 

9098 



Oakes, James R — 142 Ward St., Hazard 41701 —606/436-5073; Powell, Robert M.— 531 ShoshonI Trail, Georgetown 40324 — 863- 

439-1318 9314; 254-7795 

Obel, Dave — 2335 Alexandria Pk.-44B, Southgate 41071 —606/ Prater, Otis — 407 W Jefferson, Berea 40403 — 986-8729; 256-4816 

781-2660; 441-7800 Proffitt, CarlieM. — Rt. 4 Box312,Tompklnsvllle42167 — 502/434- 
O'Bnen, James E. — 10117 Rolling Stone Dr., Louisville 40229 — 2396 

502/964-2128; 361-1371 Pruitt, Gregory D. — 1206 College Ct., (Murray 42071 — 767-2753 

O'Brien, Julius D— 604 Jackson St., Elizabethtown 42701 —737- Puckett, Kenneth W. — Rt. 1, Melber 42069 — 502/674-5514; 247- 

4837; 351-3167 5636 

Ogden, Paul J. Jr. — 1017 Oriole Ct., Louisville 40213 — 502/635- Purcell, J. Kenneth — 11 County Cork Dr., Murray 42071 —502/ 

6852; 584-6368 753-8233; 762-4459 

Osborne, Ronnie — Rt. 1 Box 242A, Baxter 40806 — 573-7264. Purwin, John C—Rt. 13MinnleWay, BowlingGreen42101 —842- 

573-1450 8540; 842-7302 

Osbourn, Vincent P — 6912 Cedar Hollow Dr., Loulsville40291 — Pyle, James F. — Box 341, Maysville 41056 — 883-3442; 549-3059 

239-0909; 588-6001 Quisenberry, David — Powderly 42367 

Overstreet. Walter R. — 1141 Briarwood Dr., Lexington 4051 1 — Racis, Joe — 303'/i S Third St., Richmond 40475 — 606/624-1 160; 

255-3461; 232-3817; 622-2821 

Owens,BruceE.—950LeawoodSq. Apt. 2, Frankfort 40601 —502/ Radjunas, Ed — 3407 Slem St., Ashland 41101 — 606/324-1843; 

227-2826; 564-8521 324-3137 

Owens, Danny L — 131 N. Bayly Ave, Louisville 40206 — 502/897- Radjunas, John B. — Rt. 3 Northrldge Estates, Mt Sterling 40353 — 

7279; 585-3084 606/498-4830; 498-2251 

Owens, Greg — Rt. 6 Box 55, Russellville 42276 — 726-6532; 726- Rams, E. Paul — Rt. 4 Box 922, Williamsburg 40769 — 549-0240; 

2395 549-0100 

Owens, Larry E. — 154 Speare Ave , Madisonville 42431 — 502/ Rail, Edward W — 510 Perkins Ave.. Danville 40422 — 606/236- 

821-0053; 821-4096 8929; 236-5047 

Owens, Pete — 3366 Nevlns Dr., Lexington 4051 3 — 278-001 6; 232- Ramey, Gary — Rt 1, Salt Lick 40371 — 683-2821; 674-6325 



4293 
Page, Harry P. — Star Rt., Sandy Dr., Shepherdsvllle 40165 — 502/ 

543-2185; 367-5785 
Paitsel, James D. Jr — Box 176, 220 Main St.. Fulton 42041 — 502/ 

472-3874; 472-3271 
Pandolfl, Tom — 2230 Olympla Ave., Paducah 42001 — 502/554- 

4232; 554-1820 
Parker, Lowell D. — Box 277, Wheelwright 41669 — 606/452-4291 
Parker, Stephen L. — Rt. 5, Maysville 41050 — 606/759-7452 
Parker, Steve R. — 2504 Woodhlll Dr.. Lexington 40509 — 269- 

4272; 299-0913 



Randolph, D Elwood — Rt. 2. Stanford 40484 — 346-4516; 272- 

0214 
Rawllngs, Charles C — 9 Bentley Ct , Florence 41042 — 371-7543; 

371-4917 
Ray, Mark S — Rt. 2 Box 327-4, Vine Grove 40175 - 502/877-2778; 

351-8021 
Raymer, Don L. — Rt. 2 Hlllcrest Rd., Bowling Green 42101 — 502/ 

781-2076, 843-9041 
Raymond, Ricky — Oneida Baptist Institute, Oneida 40972 — 847- 

4437; 847-4111 
Read, Ray V. — Rt. 4, Beaver Dam 42320 — 502/274- 7573;526-3753 



Parkey, Cecil Edward — Box 1649, Middlesboro 40965 — 606/248- Reader, Robert N — 8101 Nancy Lane, Louisville 40258 — 502/935- 

4139; 248-1000 6296. 772-3661 X-2104 

Peak, Barbara A. — 2313 Mercer Ave., Shively 40216 — 447-4480 Redle, Joel E. — 6504 Sherlock Way, Louisville 40228 — 502/239- 
Pearson, William M. — 618 Main St., Williamsburg 40769 — 549- 7955; 452-4902 



4957; 549-3751 
Peffer, James Michael — 1920 Oak St., Flatwoods 41139 — 836- 

1489; 836-9141 
Percell, Danny L. — Box 342, Horse Cave 42749 — 842-8067; 842- 

7093 
Perkins, Gary L. — Rt. 2 Box 53, Jellico TN 37762 — 786-8015; 549- 

1360 
Perkins, James Melvin — Rt. 2 Box 1 7, Horse Cave 42749 — 786- 

1171; 782-2010 



Reffitt, Tommy E — Rt. 3, Owlngsvllle 40360 — 606/674-2822; 498- 

2660 
Reid. Arnold — Rt. 1 Box 219 — East Bernstadt 40729 — Bus. 843- 

6136 
Reif, Harry F. — Rt. 1 Box 242, Campbellsville 42718 — 502/465- 

7343; 465-8389 
Revis, David G. — 309 Summit Dr., Campbellsville 42718 — 465- 

2385; 465-3578 
Rhodes, Cecil — Box 291, Barbourvllle 40906 — 546-4997 



Perry, Charles E. — 123 Graves, Erianger 41018 — 727-4138; 727- Rhodus, Harry D. — 1805 Barwick Dr., Lexington 40505 — 299- 

IIOS 9177; 232-2520 

Peters, Fred E. - 542 Parkside Dr., Lexington 40505 - 299-631 1 ; Rich, Dennis W. - Rt. 2 Salem Creek Rd., Crittenden 41030-485- 

233-2697 4578; 371-8575 

Peterson, Bill S. — Box 667. Bardstown 40004 - 502/252-9959; Rjgon, Dennis — 905 Plalnvlew Dr., Campbellsville 42718 — 465- 

343-9224 57O7; 692-3883 

Peyton, William Ray - Rt. 1, Sulphur 40070 - 743-5449 Rigsbee, Stanley R. - 45 Conway Hills Dr., Hebron 41048 - 689- 
Pharls, Kevin W. — Rt. 2 Hwy. 411, Caneyvllle 42721 — 502/879- 7234; 563-6500 

^''82 Ringstaff, Roy G — RR #3 Box 204, Burna 42028 - 988-3183; 395- 
Phelps, Johnny — Box 298, London 40741 — 864-9892; 573-3131 4155 

Phillips, Thomas M. - Rt. 2 Box 457, Pikevllle 41501 — 639-4152; Ritchie, William H. — 6805 Jumper Ct., Louisville 40291 - 239- 

432-3380 2572; 491-8546 

Phipps, Charles R.- Box 33, Hazel Green 41332 -662-4481; 662- Roaden, Lonnle - Box 153, Mt. Vernon 40456 - 256-5626; 256- 



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Roark, Adam R. — 3498 Tales Creek Rd., Lexington 40502 — 272- Smart, John S. — RR #3, Hardinsburg 40143 — 756-5437 

1918 Smiley, James F. — Ulvah 41856 — 606/633-4366; 436-4360 

Roark David W. — Rt. 4 Box 2A, Barbou rvi lie 40906 — 546-6174; Smiley, Roger L. — 2820 Dellbrooke Ave., Louisville 40220 — 502/ 

546-8523 458-4995; 451-3330 

Roberts, Danny J. — Box 531, Somerset 42501 — 606/678-8770; Smith, Benny — Rt. 3 Box 5, Manchester 40962 — 598-5982; 598- 

678-8878 5210 

Robinson, Mary H. — 1100 Williams St., Flatwoods 41139 — 606/ Smith, C.R. — 922 Belvoir Dr., Frankfort 40601 —502/223-2119; 

836-4330; 836-8135 569-4628 

Robinson, Ted —2918 Fields Ave, Flatw/oods 41139 — 836-6772; Smith, Gary — 117 Woodland Trail, Pineville 40977 — 606/337- 

836-3151 9908; 337-3512 

Roesel, Joseph F. — 945 Collins Rd., Villa Hills 41 017 — 331-1880; Smith, John W. —4929 Scenic Ridge Lane, Independence 41051 — 

292-4242 356-5074; 513/397-3266 

Rogers Eldridge — Route 7, Hopkinsville 42240 — 502/269-2234; Smith, Joseph M. — 1246 Winburn Dr., Lexington 40511 — 299- 

886-3921 9486; 502/227-9227 

Rogers, Michael C. — Rt. 2, Box 58A, Fredonia 42411 —502/365- Smith, Ronald A. — 561 Lisa Dr., Lexington 40505 — 299-9688; 255- 

5696; 365-9551 5661 X-216 

Rogers, Ralph D. — Box 153, Horse Cave 42749 — 524-4036; Smith, Roy M. — Ned 41355 — 666-7813; 666-7775 

786-2111 Smith, Virginia Lee — Rt. 1 Box406,Baxter40806 — 573-2488; 573- 
Rouse, Thomas L. — 520 Erianger Rd., Erianger 4101 8 — 606/727- 4900 

3943; 727-4484 Smith, William E. — 4122 St. Johns Terrace, Cincinnati OH 45236 
Rousey, James P. — Box 5, Hustonville 40437 — 606/346-2891; — 513/791-3082; 745-3504 

346-4028 Smoot, Kenneth C — Rt. 3, Russell St., Flemingsburg 41041 — 
Runyon, Tommy D. — Box 181, Belfry 41514 — 353-9206; 353-7239 845-9681; 289-5392 

Russell, Allen R— 124 Laurel Dr., Ashland41101 —836-4334; 739- Sowder, Bill D. — Rt. 1, Box 306, Mt. Vernon 40456 — 256-2282; 

4166X-8857 256-5141 

Russell, Gary F— 21 12 Gregory Dr., Henderson 42420 — 827-2437 Spahr, David L. — Box 1395, Paducah 42001 — 502/554-2304; 554- 
Salyer, Henry E. — 5602 Spicewood Lane, Louisville 40219 2604 

Sammons, Tim — Rt. 1, Box 433A, South Shore 41 175 — 606/932- Spahr, Scott David — 5656 Hart Hall MSU, Murray 42071 —767- 

4128; 783-3221 4317 

Sanders, John David — 774 Cane Run, Harrodsburg 40330 — 734- Spalding, J. Randall — 108 Ball St., Springfield 40069 — 606/336- 

5393 9297; 502/348-9211 

Saylors, Carlee — 1700 Main, Murray 42071 — 753-7979; 924-5602 Sparrow, John A. — 753 Greenwood Dr., Harrodsburg 40330 — 
Schmitt, Alvin J. — 570B Stryker Village, Ft. Campbell 42223 — 606/734-7913; 254-2334 

615/431-3105; 502/798-6380 Spears, Bobby N. — Box 417, Virgie 41572 — 606/639-9467; 639- 



Schneider, Donald P. — 5697 Biscayne Ave.. Cincinnati 45211 — 

513/574-2898; 421-1800 
Scott, Frank R. — Box 13, Bypro 41612 — 452-4556 
Scott, Travis Paul — Rt. 1 Box 1 6, Columbia 42728 — 502/384-481 1 ; 

384-4031 
Sears, Wilson — 1 406 Sherwood Dr., Bowling Green 421 01 — 502/ 

843-2268; 842-1674 
Seavers. Joe — 2517 Ann St., Villa Hills 41017 — 341-0213; 686- 

2351 
Sellier, Ed Jr. — 520 Cricklewood Dr., Lexington 40505 — 299- 

8042; 299-4027 
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858-3260; 858-4115 
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6984; 233-4511 X-359 
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1379 
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232-3105 
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7562; 734-7483 
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7241 X-13 
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3908; 368-9481 
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7204; 441-7800 



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5369; 886-1390 265-4717 

Shelton, Shelah K. - 302 Springmont Dr., Hopkinsville 42240 - Stevens, William Terry - 906 Mary Sue Dr., Flatwoods 41139 - 
502/885-5369; 886-331 1 836-2579 

Shepherd. Larry Nolan - 1 1024 Neptune Place, Louisville 40272 - Stewart, William J. - 1 103-A Glenview Dr., Glasgow 42141 - 651- 



502/935-3195; 587-6035 
Shields, Donald C. — 555 Coachlight Dr., Edgewood41017 — 331- 

8887; 791-1680 
Short, John Dunbar III — 165 Cummins Dr., Harrodsburg 40330 — 

606/734-5355; 502/839-6983 X-213 
Shuck, Thomas G. — 2073 Williamsburg Rd., Lexington 40504 — 

277-8780; 277-7185 
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502/781-5311; 781-6400 



5662; 773-3883 

Stober, Martha — 10123 Headley Hill, Louisville 40223 — 425-5411 
Stoker, Steven B. — 114 Vice Lane, Burlington 41005 — 586-7290; 

283-3616 
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3712; 236-2568 
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3613' 932-3131 272-4511 

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782-3382; 745-3591 4306; 624-2214 

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2647 422-3363 Strong, Charles E. — 5417 Dannyboy Lane, Louisville 4021 4 — 366- 

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— 748-5181 Strong, Logan — RR #2 Box 153 Al, Jackson 41339 — 666-4872 

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Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



FEBRUARY, 1981 



Football Districts and Regions 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association set the football districts 
and regions for 1981 and 1982 as follows: 



CLASS A (0—425) — 48 Schools 

REGION I 

District 1 — 

Ballard Memorial, Fulton, Fulton County, 

Greenville, Murray, Russellville 
District 2 — 

Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, 

Gamaliel, Metcalfe Co., Tompkinsville 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Madison, Paris 

District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Beth Haven, Eminence, Frank- 
fort, Ky. Country Day 

Sub-District 2 — Carroll County, Owen County, 
Trimble County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2 — 

Fairview, Maysville, Nicholas County, Raceland 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan 
Sub-District 2 — Lone Jack, Lynn Camp, Pine- 
ville, Williamsburg 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Elkhorn City, Fleming Neon, 

Jenkins, Phelps, Virgie 
Sub-District 2 — Betsy Layne, Mullins, Paints- 
ville, Pikeville, Wheelwright 

CLASS AA (426-625) — 46 Schools 

REGION I 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Caldwell County, Heath, May- 
field, Trigg County 

Sub-District 2 — Fort Campbell, Hancock 
County, McLean County, Todd Central 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Allen County, Butler County, 
Glasgow, Warren East 

Sub-District 2 — Adair County, Edmonson 
County, Green County, Hart County 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Bullitt East, Ft. Knox, LaRue 

County, West Hardin 
Sub-District 2 — Anderson County, Bardstown, 
Bourbon County, Washington County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1, Bath County, Fleming County, 

Henry County, Mason County 
Sub-District 2 — East Carter, Lewis County, 
Rowan County, West Carter 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Boyle County, Garrard County, Russell County, 
Somerset, Wayne County 
District 2 — 

Corbin, Middlesboro 



REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Hazard, Johns Creek, M.C. Napier, Whitesburg 
District 2 — 

Lawrence County, Morgan County, Prestons- 
burg 

CLASS AAA (626-1000) — 49 Schools 

REGION I 

District 1 — 

Calloway County, Crittenden County, Lone 
Oak, Reidland, Union County, Webster 
County 
District 2 — 

Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, OhioCounty 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Breckinridge County, Eliza- 

bethtown, Meade County, North Bullitt 
Sub-District 2 — East Hardin, Grayson County, 
Taylor County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — Danville, Harrison County, 

Montgomery County 
Sub-District 2 — Franklin County, Scott County, 
Western Hills, Woodford County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 — Conner, Covington Catholic, 

Lloyd Memorial, Simon Kenton 
Sub-District 2 — Highlands, Newport, Newport 

Catholic, Scott 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 — BellCounty, JamesA.Cawood, 

Knox Central, Rockcastle County, Whitley 

County 
Sub-District 2 — Casey County, Estill County, 

Jessamine County, Lincoln County, Mercer 

County 

REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Breathitt, Clay County, Knott Central, Leslie 
County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell, Sheldon Clark 

STATE CLASS AAAA (1001 -up) — 32 Schools 

REGION I 

District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Hopkinsville, 
Marshall County Paducah Tilghman, War- 
ren Central 
District 2 — 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic 

REGION II 

District 1 — 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Nelson County, 
North Hardin 
District 2 — 

Oldham County, Shelby County 

REGION III 

District 1 — 

Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates 
Creek 
District 2 — 

Clark County, Laurel County, Madison Central 

Cont. on Page 11 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIII — NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1981 



$2.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the Executive 
Inn— East, Louisville, Kentucky, on Friday, January 
16, 1981. The meeting was called to order by 
President Zeb Blankenship at 9:00 A.M., with all 
Board members. Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries, Louis 
Stout and Billy V. Wise present. The invocation was 
given by Walter Pickett. 

Walter Pickett moved, seconded by Robie 
Harper, that the minutes of the December 13, 1980, 
meeting of the Board of Control be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Larry Barnes, Mr. Dorman Dunn and Mark 
Dunn came before the Board to speak on behalf of 
Mark Dunn who had been ruled ineligible to 
participate in athletics at Doss High School. After a 
lengthy discussion of his presentation, Barney 
Thweatt moved, seconded by J. D. Minnehan, that 
the decision of the Commissioner be upheld and that 
By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, not be waived 
in this case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read the changes in By-Law 6, 
recommended by a committee composed of Board 
Members Zeb Blankenship, J.D. Minnehan and 
John Brock. After a discussion by the Board 
members Charles Black moved, seconded by Fairce 
O. Woods, that the Board accept the recommended 
changes in By-Law 6 and present the proposal to the 
Delegate Assembly in April. The motion carried 
unanimously. A list of proposals to be submitted to 
the 1981 Delegate Assembly for consideration will 
be printed in a future Athlete. 

Executive Assistant Billy Wise gave a report on 
the progress of ticket sales for the boys' and girls' 
state basketball tournaments. Mr. Wise reported 
that ticket sales have shown a slight increase over 
those of the same period last year. 

Bullitt Central High School had requested to 
remain in football Class AAAA, Region II, District 1. 
After a discussion Fairce O. Woods moved, 
seconded by J.D. Minnehan, that Bullitt Central 
High School be allowed to remain in their district. 
The motion carried by a vote of 9—1. The new 
alignment for 1981 and 1982football seasons will be 
printed in the February issue of the Athlete. 

Commissioner Mills read a letter from Supt. 
Joseph Anthony of McLean County Schools, 
requesting the Board reconsider the football 
alignment in Class AA, Region I, District 1. After a 
discussion no action was taken on this request. 

Mr. Mills discussed with the Board a plan to 
cover all coaches of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association member schools under the 
catastrophe insurance protection program. Robie 
Harper moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, 
that the recommended insurance plan be accepted. 
The motion carried unanimously. The plan is with 
Doug Ruedlinger, Inc., will go into effect March 1, 
1981, and will provide coverage up to $100,000.00 in 



medical benefits per injury with a $1,000.00 
deductible clause. 

Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by John 
Brock, that the Board support the "Tenth Annual 
Medical Aspects of Sports Symposium: Sports 
Medicine Programs for our Schools" and encourage 
the coaches, trainers and administrators to attend 
this medical clinic. The motion carried unanimously. 
Information and a pre-registration form will be 
printed in the January issue of the Athlete. 

Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that all bills of the Association for the 
month of December be allowed. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control was 
scheduled for Friday, March 20, 1981, 9:00 A.M., at 
the Hyatt Regency, Lexington, Kentucky. 

There being no further business, Fairce Woods 
moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that the 
meeting adjourn. The motion carried unanimously. 



ELECTRICAL SAFETY 
IN THE TRAINING ROOM 

By: MimI M. Porter, M.S., A.T.C., Athletic Associa- 
tion, University of Kentucky and Jonathan W. Porter, 
E.E., Kentucky Utilities Company, Lexington, Ken- 
tuclcy. 

On April 18th of this year, a 17-year-old high 
school athlete was killed in a whirlpool in Paris, 
Kentucky. The whirlpool motor was government 
surplus equipment, installed in the high school 
locker room and grounded by the wall socket. 
Before this accident occurred, this was a typical 
situation to be found in many high schools and 
colleges throughout Kentucky and, no doubt, other 
states as well. 

It is a common, but mistaken belief, that three- 
pronged plugs, circuit breakers and grounded wall 
sockets are adequate protection from electric shock 
in a wet area. But the fact is, these devices cannot 
detect the small amount of diverted current 
necessary to injure or kill a person. Fortunately, 
though, there is a device that can. It is called a 
ground fault breaker or ground fault circuit 
interrupter. The g.f.b. continually compares the 
amount of current going to the motor to the amount 
of current returning from the motor. Whenever the 
amount going differs from the amount returning, 
the g.f.b. interrupts the power in as little as IMOth of 
a second. This difference in current is called 
leakage and the path it takes to ground could be 
through a person. (1) 

In a dry situation, g.f.b.'s aren't necessarily 
needed if electrical tools are properly grounded in 
some other way — if their cords have three pronged 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1981 



FEBRUARY, 1981 



VOL. XLIII — NO. 7 



Boys 



Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 
President .. Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Vice-Pres J.D. Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Directors .. Charles D. Black (1980-1984) Barbourville; 
John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon Coleman 
(1980-1984) Owensboro; Robie Harper, Jr. (1979-1983) 
Drakesboro; Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; 
Walter J. Pickett (1980-1982) Valley Station; Barney 
Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopk''^sville: Fairce O. Woods 
(1979-1983) Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. 
of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year 

From the Commissioner's Office 

1981 District Basketball 
Tournament Host Schools 



Girls 



1. Hickman County 

2. Lone Oak 

3. Mayfield 

4. Marshall County 

5. Caldwell County 

6. Henderson County 

7. Madisonville 

8. Hopkinsville 

9. Owensboro 

10. Muhlenberg Central 

11. Breckinridge County 

12. Butler County 

13. Russellvilie 

14. Bowling Green 

15. Barren County 

16. Cumberland County 

17. North Hardin 

18. LaRue County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Adair County 

21. Shawnee 

22. Western 

23. Valley 

24. Iroquois 

25. duPont Manual 

26. Seneca 

27. Durrett 

28. Waggener 

29. Bullitt East 

30. Shelby County 

31. Oldham County 

32. Scott County 



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34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
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41. 
42. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
46. 
47. 
48. 
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50. 
51. 
52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 
59. 
60. 
61. 
62. 
63. 
64. 



Boone County 

Holmes 

Newport Catholic 

Scott 

Paris 

Bracken County 

Mason County 

Estill County 

Frankfort 

Harrodsburg 

Sayre 

Model 

Garrard County 

Russell County 

Wayne County 

Pulaski County 

Jackson County 

Corbin 

Lone Jack 

Lynch 

Jenkins 

Dilce Combs 

Breathitt County 

Lee County 

Magoffin County 

Allen Central 

Virgie 

Johns Creek 

University Breckinridge 

East Carter 

Raceland 

Boyd County 



1. Hickman County 

2. Lone Oak 

3. Mayfield 

4. Marshall County 

5. Caldwell County 

6. Henderson County 



7. 
8, 
9 
10 
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12 
13 
14 



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33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
37. 
38. 
Hopkins 39. 
40. 



Madisonville 
Hopkinsville 

Owensboro 41. 

Muhlenberg Central 42. 

Frederick Fraize 43. 

Butler County 44. 

Russellvilie 45. 

Warren Central 46. 

15. Barren County 47. 

16. Cumberland County 48. 

17. North Hardin 49. 

18. LaRue County 50. 

19. Nelson County 51. 

20. Adair County 52. 

21. Shawnee 53. 
Western 54. 
Valley 55. 
Iroquois 56. 
Male 57. 
Seneca 58. 
Durrett 59. 
Eastern 60. 
Bullitt East 61. 

30. Shelby County 62. 

31. Oldham County 63. 

32. Grant County 64. 



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Boone County 

Holy Cross 

Newport Catholic 

Scott 

Bourbon County 

Augusta 

Mason County 

Estill County 

Frankfort 

Harrodsburg 

Sayre 

Model 

Garrard County 

Russell County 

Wayne County 

Pulaski County 

Jackson County 

Corbin 

Lone Jack 

Lynch 

Fleming Neon 

Dilce Combs 

Breathitt County 

Lee County 

Magoffin County 

Allen Central 

Virgie 

Johns Creek 

Univ. Breckinridge 

East Carter 

Raceland 

Paul Blazer 



1981 Regional Basketball 
Tournament Sites 

Boys 

(1) Murray State University, (2) Hopkinsville 
High School, (3) Owensboro Sportscenter, (4) 
Western Ky. University, (5) Hart County High 
School, (6) Valley High School, (7) Trinity High 
School, (8) Henry County High School, (9) Holmes 
High School, (10) Mason County High School, (11) 
Frankfort Convention Center, (12) Pulaski County 
High School, (13) Knox Central High School, (14) 
Knott County Central High School, (15) Belfry High 
School, (16) Boyd County High School. 

Girls 

(1) Marshall County High School, (2) Trigg 
County High School, (3) Owensboro Sportscenter, 
(4) Barren County High School, (5) Marion County 
High School, (6) Valley High School, (7) Trinity High 
School, (8) Oldham County High School, (9) 
Campbell County High School, (10) Clark County 
High School, (11) Franklin County High School, (12) 
Pulaski County High School, (13) Knox Central High 
School, (14) Hazard High School, (15) Belfry High 
School, (16) East Carter High School. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1981 



Page Three 



BASEBALL CLINIC INFORMATION 

It is an Association requirement that each regis- 
tered official attend aclinic in the sport in which he is 
registered (By-Law 28, Section 3). Officials who have 
not attended the K.H.S.A.A. clinic will not be per- 
mitted to officiate any varsity games. The 1980-81 
baseball clinics will be conducted byAssistantCom- 
missioner Louis Stout, and the dates and sites of the 
clinics are as follows: 

March 15 — Holmes High School, Covington — 
2:00 p.m. 

March 23 — Henry Clay High School, Lexington 

— 7:30 p.m. 

March 29 — Atherton High School, Louisville — 
2:00 p.m. 

March 30 — Paducah Tilghman High School, 
Paducah — 7:30 p.m. 

March 31 —Hopkinsville High School, Hopkins- 
ville — 7:30 p.m. 

April 1 — Owensboro High School, Owensboro 

— 7:30 p.m. 

April 2 — Western Kentucky University, Bowling 
Green — 7:30 p.m. 

April 3 — Elizabethtown HighSchool, Elizabeth- 
town — 7:30 p.m. 

April6 — Laurel County High School, London — 
7:30 p.m. 

April 7 — Hazard High School, Hazard — 
7:30 p.m. 

April 8 — Paintsville High School, Paintsville — 
7:30 p.m. 

April 9 — Paul Blazer High School, Ashland — 
7:30 p.m. 

1980-81 WRESTLING OFFICIALS 
REGISTERED WITH THE K.H.S.A.A. 



If one telephone number is given for an official, it is the home 
phone number unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are 
listed, the first number is the home phone. 

Altieri, Anthony G — 308 McCready Ave,, Louisville 40206 — 895- 

0952 
Andes, David R. — 9816 Meadow Vale Dr., Louisville 40222 — 502/ 

425-6380. 606/623-3629 
Ashby, Don R. — Box 165 Kirwan Towers UK. Lexington 40506 — 

606/257-3121 
Atkins, Michael P, — 205 N Ins, Hopkinsville 42240 — 502/885- 

5478. 885-8406 
Beane, David P, — 324 Center St , Bellevue41079 — 261-3389:351- 
1700X-225 
Bodine, Dave — 1520 S, 3rd St, Apt 3, Louisville 40208 — 636-5307 
Buckley. Warren — 1762 Blue Licks Rd., Lexington 40504 — 278- 

8083 
Carr, Joseph — 2400 Woodhill Apt, 1C, Lexington 40509 — 269- 

8204; 257-2777 
Caftan, Joseph — 2697 Pennacook, Louisville 40214 — 636-0984 
Cheponis, George John — Dept, Prof. Studies, Murray State Univ,. 

Murray 42071 — 759-4167; 762-3821 
Clark, Curt — 1 1 1 1 W, Lexington Ave,, Danville 40422 — 236-8073 
Cline, Jack D — 122 Roan Rd,, Versailles 40383 — 606/873-5045, 

277-6186 
Coker, John — 408 Akers Dr,, Wilmore 40390 — 606/858-3155 
Colston, Donald — 4412 Lee's Lane, Louisville 40216 — 448-7086 
Cottam, Clifford L, — 9007 Independence School Rd,, Louisville 

40228 — 502/239-4646; 456-4220 
Daniel, James E, Jr, — Box 273. Thelma 41260 — 606/789-7252 
Davis, A. Ed — Rt 2, Pembroke 42266 — 475-4608; 886-4464 
Davis, Chris Brian — UPO Box 151, Morehead 40351 — 606/353- 

4470; 353-4593 
Davis, Jimmie F, — Rt 2. Box 185. Cecilia 42724 — 862-3702, 862- 

3924 



Diehl, James G — 202 S Woodland Dr Apt 24, Radclitt 40160 — 

502/351-8319 
Easley. Dan W — Rt 3, Nicholasville 40356 — 885-9613; 253-28,39 
Edwardson, Eric A — 12411 Aquarius Rd. Louisville 40243 — 502, 

245-4866 
Francisco. Tony — 316 Avondale Ave , Middlesboro 40965 
Greene, Ronald C, — 631 S Limestone. Lexington 40508 — 254- 

6962 
Gruner, Allen K — 1286 Farmdale Ave , Louisville 40213 — 363- 

4157 
Hardy, Thomas W, — Box 598 RR #3, Alexandria 41001 — 606/ 

635-9001; 561-4737 
Hawkins, Walter L, — Sharon Acres, Clay 42404 — 502/664-2815. 

639-5092 
Hillock. Steven W — 7566 National Lane, Newburgh IN 47630 — 

812/853-2107,853-4166 
Keeling, Ricky Joe — Lakeview Subd . Ledbetter 42058 — 502/893- 

7998 
Keen, Richard S, — 5407 Carnae Ct, »<32. Louisville 40216 — 447- 

2193 
Kissel. Louis Steven — 3517 Canterbury Dr , Louisville 40299 — 

502/267-4967. 582-1454 
Kluever, Emil K. — 1276 Lyndon Lane. Radcliff 40160 — 351-1381, 

624-5515 
Lineberry, Theodore — 51 1 1 Nancy Ave . Louisville 40216 — 447- 

5075 
Lynch. Charles — 106 Cash Ct . Vine Grove 42701 — 877-5033; 

351-3167 
Mann. Lawrence V — 1948Mellwood Ave, Louisville 40206 — 502/ 

897-3959; 897-1583 X-71 
Miller. Randy — 521 E Mam St . Lexington 40508 — 233-1659; 

258-2777 
Morse. Richard K, Jr — 163 N Deepwood, Radcliff 40160 — 351- 

3748; 877-2793 
Mumford. Bill L — Rt 2, Box 212, Floyds Knobs IN 471 19 — 812/ 

923-3539, 923-8811 
Murray, Jack L. — 704 Woodland Ave , Lexington 40508 — 259- 

1976 
Payne, John E, — 4601 Tween Rd,, Louisville 40207 — 895-1635 
Putton, Emilio A — Rt 3 Box 256, Vine Grove 40160 — 502/351- 

1510 
Rothfus. Edward D — CPO 775 Asbury College, Wilmore 40390 — 

858-9960 
Rushing, Charles W, — 1762 Frankfort Ave,, Louisville 40206 — 

895-9562, 896-9667 
Salisbury. Mary H, — 119 E 3rd St,. Frankfort 40601 — 502/223- 

0748; 223-8282 
Salyers, Don — 8579 Hwy 1 8, F lorence 4 1 042 — 525-6694, 37 1 -01 83 
Schindler, Jerry M — 2634 Lindsay Ave , Louisville 40206 — 893- 

5101. 896-6239 
Schofield. Dennis J — 33 Summit Ave,, Ft Thomas 41075 — 606/ 

441-1434. 441-3200 
Scholtz. Randolph — Rt 5 Castlerock #3. Danville 40422 — 606/ 

854-6425. 885-3852 
Sheeran. Paul A, — 4509 Viola Dr . Jeffersonville IN 471 30 — 288- 

6184. 426-6455 
Shircliff, Bruce A, — 51 14 Graston Ct . Louisville 40216 — 448-2899 
Smith, Michael G, — 4825 Swallow Rd,. Louisville 40213 — 964- 

6616 
Stacy. Doyle M, Jr — 618 Kirsch Way, Fairdale 401 18 — 368-4549 
Sundberg. Daniel L. — 923 Springmont, Hopkinsville 42240 — 502; 

886-1943. 886-8167 
Sweat, Michael F — Rt 4, Elizabethtown 42701 — 737-7448; 862- 

3924 
Thompson, Mike— Box 1 369, 2825 Lexington Rd. Louisville 40280 

— 502/897-4350 
Trimble, Stephen Allen — Powell Addition, Van Lear 41265 — 606/ 

789-4671; 789-4890 
Underdonk. Paul D, — Lot 33 Jefco Tr Pk,. Radcliff 40160 — 502/ 

351-8457; 351-3167 
VanHoose. Wendell Kevin — Tutor Key 41263 — 606/297-4167 
Volz. Ted — 10008 Whipps Mill Rd,. Louisville 40222 — 245- 

5797 
Wade, Robin R — 64 W Airview Dr , Elizabethtown 42701 - Bus 

624-4033 
Wallace, James Roy — 6512 Huff Lane, Louisville 40216 — 447- 

7474; 935-2141 
Walls, Mickey R — Rt 3 Box 742 VanHoose, Princeton 42445 — 

365-5294; 365-3049 
Washington, Eugene C — 569 Freeman Dr,, Lexington 40505 — 

299-1688; 272-2411 X-363 
Weenolsen, Robert — 302 Lansing Ave,, Louisville 40214 — 366- 

8200; 425-2541 
Whitacre. Marty — 338 E. 2nd St,, Newport 41071 — 606/491-6335, 

241-4260 
Worsham, Gregory B. — 31 Achates St., Florence 41042 — 371- 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1981 



1980 KAPOS TROPHY WINNERS 



State-At-Large Champion 
Pikeville High School 




Boys' "Sweet 16" Champions 
Bourbon County High School 



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(Left to Right) Bottom Row: Leigh Ann Owens, VIcki 
Hamilton, Blllle Branham, Capt. Wendy Watkins, Mary 
Lynne Linton, Donna Ratliff. Top Row: Donna Burchett, 
Tanya Bievins, Robin Trivette. 



(Left to Right) Sharon True, Lisa Oder, Linda Bell, Lisa 
Correll, Elizabeth Greenup (Capt.), Pam Fauiconer, Pam 
Clay, Lisa Donovan. 



Giris' "Sweet 16" Champions, Apollo High School 
(Picture not available) 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 



Participating cheerleader and sponsor regis- 
tration: all cheerleading squads and/or sponsors 
are asked to stop by the KAPOS table in Rupp Arena 
to: 

1. Register your squad 

2. Pick up important information and 
materials for you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will 
be high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they may 
seek you and your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators. In order to make 
their task easier, we are asking that you register 
your seat, row and section number. A possible radio 
interview is often missed because the guides could 
not locate the desired person in time for the 
interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all sponsors 
and cheerleaders that KAPOS has a Hospitality 
Room located on the playing level of Rupp Arena. 
We cordially invite you to have refreshments, 
socialize with friends, exchange ideas, and perhaps 
get help with your problems. 

"Sweet Sixteen" Cheerleading Squads: Atten- 
tion Principals! If your team will be participating in 
the State Tournament, Included in the packet sent to 
you by the KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your 
cheerleading squad. Be sure to look for this and 



relay all information to your cheerleader sponsor. 
We request that your cheerleaders be chaperoned 
by a well qualified, school approved adult. Verifi- 
cation of this, along with yoursponsor's name, must 
be contained in the letter of confirmation which you 
will receive. This letter must be in the hands of a 
KAPOS officer prior to the time that your 
cheerleaders take the floor. 

Important! Please be sure that your school is a 
paid member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their 
first game in order for your squad to compete for the 
cheerleading awards in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use 
of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which will 
also be included in the packet sent by the K.H.S.A.A. 
to the winners of the sixteen regions. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding 
cheerleading squads with the recognition they so 
well deserve. All cheerleader awards will be 
presented between games on Friday night of the 
State Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad in the Boys' 
Sweet Sixteen will receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; 
in the Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom Mills award. The 
runner-up cheerleading squad will receive a trophy, 
with the third and fourth place squads being 
awarded plaques. In addition, the special K-Pep 
Award will be presented. All-Tournament 
cheerleading squads and their sponsors are asked 
to be located close to the playing floor so they can 
easily come on the floor should they be called for an 
award. 



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UNION COUNTY — CLASS AAA, REGION I, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 

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(Left to Right) Front Row: L. Ricks (Mgr.), K. Heine, S. Luttrell, T. Tuclter, G. Chambliss, S. Heine, J. Steward, T. 
Joiner, V. Sheridan, T. Steward, J. Greenwell, J. Hicks, F. Byrd, Asst. Coach. Second Row: L. Heffington, Asst. Coach, J. 
Maddox, D. Gatten, D. Walker, W. Benson, M. Calloway, F. Paris, R. Holt, R. Collins, J. Sheffer, K. Garrett, A. Stone, T. 
French, J. Fellows, Asst. Coach. Third Row: C. Paris, Asst. Coach, J. Johnson, J. Smith, S. Shaver, T. Kanaly, R. Berry, C. 
Welch, M. Coffman, R. Turner, T. Davis, S. Wesley, J. Burnette, A. Sprague, R. Johnson, D. McDonald, Head Coach. 



GOVERNOR BROWN DECLARES 
GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good Sports- 
manship Month, KAPOS has alv>/ays tried to put 
special emphasis on being a good sport at 
tournament time. Being a good sport is part of being 
a good citizen. We don't believe that good citizens 
need to be reminded to exemplify good 
sportsmanship. However, it is especially fitting at 
tournament time to remind all citizens that it is a 
privilege to be able to attend the games and that 
each individual can contribute to the success of the 
tournament if he vj\\\ abide by the KAPOS 
Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Governor 
Brown. The Governor's proclamation is on display 
at the KAPOS table. 



NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel to help at 
the tournament. This involves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated persons who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided they get a release from their ad- 
ministrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is seek- 
ing your understanding and cooperation should 
you be asked to release a teacher from her duties to 
help carry on the work that KAPOS is doing to make 
cheerleading a worthwhile educational experience 
in the State of Kentucky. 



STATE -AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 



squads other than those sixteen fortunate enough 
to participate with their teams in the State 
Tournament. The winner will receive the Jane 
Meyer trophy, while the runner-up will receive the 
President's Trophy. Plaques will be given to the 
third and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that 
are KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for 
the honor of representing their district in the 
KAPOS Region-At-Large cheerleading competi- 
tion. The winner and runner-up of each district will 
progress to the region. In turn the girls' varsity 
winner and the boys' varsity winner and runner-up 
from each region is allowed to compete for the title 
of State-At-Large Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the Boys' State-At-Large winners 
will take place at 8:30 A.M. on Friday, March 20, and 
at 8:30 A.M., Saturday, March 21, in the Lafayette 
High School Gymnasium, 400 Reed Lane, 
Lexington. The public is invited to this outstanding 
event. The admission charge of $1 .00 per person will 
go toward the expenses of the KAPOS scholarship 
award, details of which are supplied below. 

Judging for the Girls' State-At-Large winners 
will take place at 8:00 A.M., on Saturday, March 28, 
in the Madison Central High School gymnasium, 
705 North Second Street, Richmond. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will 
be awarded to the top four squads, in addition to 
several special awards. 



STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. 
Gilb Scholarship to an outstanding and well-deserv- 
ing cheerleader from Kentucky. One of your 
cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship win- 
ner, so get your applications in early. Applications 
must be turned in no later than April 15. Contact a 
KAPOS board member or officer for application 
forms, or pick them up at the State Tournament 
KAPOS table. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1981 



CONNER — CLASS AAA, RUNNER-UP 




(Left to Right) Front Row: K. Kelly, K. Price, T. Barker, T. Jones, J. Davidson, R. Hamilton, P. Hester. Second Row: 
Asst. Coach C. Long, B. Smith, A. Santos, D. Holt, M. Franks, D. Fullmer, T. Marksberry, F. Fields, L. Miles, K. McNabb, L. 
Utiey. Third Row: Asst. Qoach J. Skoog, K. Ryle, B. Arnett, R. Hobson, M. Chandler, J. Karlosky, J. Taylor, A. 
Kordenbrock, K. Dey, K. Nixon, C. Perkins, B. Napier, Head Coach B. Lewis. Fourth Row: J. Dorton, K. Saalfeld, J. 
Cauhorn, G. Spencer, P. West, B. Baker, R. Presser, S. Porter, J. Pitzer, T. Cole, D. Ashley, D. Hopper, M. Jones, F. Epiey. 

MEADE COUNTY — CLASS AAA, REGION II CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: T. Foushee, R. Greenweil, J. Wathen, S. Foushee. M. Pennington, D. Jones, K. McCormick, 
T. Lee, J. Higbee, H. Ditto, M. Newby, D. Cox. Second Row: L. English, C. Eller, K. McKeivy, P. Smith, L. McMahon, G. 
Mills, W. Ditto, Coach DeVries, J. Cariberg, C. Carlberg, J. Inman, K. Lawson, S. Martin, L. Ditto, P. Johnson. Third Row: 
J. Glass, R. Luney, J. Proctor, J. Jeffries, J. Marvel, J. Goodwin, D. Meador, R. Popham, M. Cain, H. Duncan, J. Greer, J. 
Webster, D. Straney, D. Dever, T. Kessinger, Coach Hayes, Coach Sutton, Coach Cross. Fourth Row: M. Connor, C. 
Mitoraj, B. Wilson, D. Williams, D. Hahn, D. Wilson, E. Fitzgerald, S. Warford, K. Medley, B. Mills, G. Miller, B. Alien, K. 
Stephens. 

LESLIE COUNTY — CLASS AAA, REGION IV CHAMPION 




(Lett to Right) Front Row: A. Osborne, G. Wells, B. Killouen, L. Coots, W. Baker, J. Collett, H. Bowling, S. Davidson, J. 
Hoskins, J. Hail, B. Vanover. Second Row: D. Mosley, W. Balieu, S. Roberts, R. Farier, L. Horton, W. Maggard, G. 
Maggard, D. Stidham, B. Huff, T. Farmer, D. Griffith, M. Collett, R. Brock, T. Maggard, M. Whitaker, R. Morgan, Fourth 
Row: S. Crisp, H. Hayes, M. Whitaker, B. Hubbard, B. Hoskins, S. Marcum, L. Meader, C. Maggard, T. Gross, S. Cornett. 
Fifth Row: J. Mosley, H. Kemper, J. Crawford, J. Barrett, J. Maggard, D. Bowling, F. Estep, J. Hacker, T. Chappel (Mgr). 



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TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAAA CHAMPION 




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(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Parrott, C. Ott, B. Fox, D. Kamer, T. Portale, P. Beeler, T. Feger, S. Williams, M. Havlll, T. 
Malon, Row 2: K. Schoen, L. Hester, S. O'Conner, J. Martin, K. Netherton, J. Thomas, J. Duggins, M. Mays, T. McConnell, 
J. Scales, C. Krawlec. Row 3: J. Metry, P. Kuhn, D. Perkins, D. Metry, B. Williams, E. Smith, C. Herman, E. Knappenburger, 
T. Frey, W. Martin, T. Turney, T. Flesch. Row 4: M. Smith, G. Crew, T. Cecil, M. Hall, K. Kalbhin, B. Woods, T. 
Ebertshauser, C. Alexander, J. Tingle, C. Elam, J. Meredith, D. Hummel, J. Feger. Row 5: J. Owen, J. Boone, S. Harper, C. 
Karem, D. Bramer, M. Graf, P. Chandler, B. Otero, S. Conti, T. Housum, R. French, P. Lichtefeld. Row 6: D. Krauth, P. 
Breslin, D. McMillan, J. Christofoli, C. Dykal, M. Chauvin, K. Montgomery, S. Sears, B. Blocker, T. Miles, P. Stich, Row 7: 
J. Clements, J. Sandman, H. Conn, J. Johnston, T. Vierling, J. House, M. Magre, B. Spalding, J. Colon, B. Hodapp, 0. 
Spath, B. Thistleton. Row 8: J. Fowler, C. Servino, H. Joyce, D. Brohm, R. Gruneisen, R. Volz, C. Weining, J. Bryant, K. 
Ellenbrand. 



Trinity 21 Doss 

Trinity 7 Ballard 

Trinity 16 Westport 

Trinity 10 Central 6 

Trinity 14 St. Xavier 



Trinity 42 Thomas Jefferson 

Trinity 45 Waggener 

Trinity 14 DeSales 

Trinity 12 Eastern 7 

Trinity 23 Bisfiop David 7 



PLAYOFFS 

Trinity 24 Fairdale 6 

Trinity 13 Moore 

Trinity 7 Butler 

Trinity 31 Paducah Tilgfiman 8 



PADUCAH TILGHMAN — CLASS AAAA RUNNER-UP 







(Left to Right) Front Row: A. Weathierspoon, C. Payne, C. McNIchois, G. Bradshaw, T. Greer, J. Ware, S. White, C. 
Bolden, J. Flowers, C. Samples, J. Pace, B. Agee, J. Kyser, S. Conway, T. Riley, B. Guill, D. Hill, R. Ray, Mgr. Second Row: 
J. Hurley, L. Blanton, M. Graham, F. Weatherspoon, C. Hunter, A. Bolln, T. Spears, G. Hunter, B. Horton, R. Knight, R. 
Gamblin, W. Smith, G. LeNeave, T. Pace, K. Dick, L. Brown, S. Gore, J. King, G. Tabor, T. Whataker, Mgr. Third Row: 
Coach S. Shidal, Q. Marshall, G. Hipp, A. Lee, R. Jones, J. Sanders, A. Carrigan, C. Parker, W. Hogancamp, J. Roberts, C. 
Crouch, T. Hall, J. Patterson, J. Malesh, L. Brown, S. Davis, B. Watson, T. Sulver, A. Mason, Coach S. Johnston. Back 
Row: Coach A. Cox, E. Stone, G. Pope, D. Ralson, R. Marshall, V. Nugen, M. Lansden, W. Hoffman, E. McManus, M. 
Felker, B. Stuart, R. Grimes, C. Creason, B. Schnaare, T. Waldon, B. Anderson, R. Hillman, D. Thomas, L. Biles, Head 
Coach D. Haley. 



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WOODFORD COUNTY — CLASS AAA, REGION II, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: S. Franklin, G. Howard, P. Gormley, 0. Goode, B. Hartley, J. Raider, J. Savage, J. Hartley, 
M. Byaralay, M. Wallace, F. Peters, J. Crabb, A. Greene. Second Row: T. Lancaster, G. Parrott, C. Beagle, E. Newman, B. 
Ahern, B. Kemper, C. Buchanan, L. Mucci, J. Miller, S. Sutherland, G. Volpert, P. LIppert, A. Walters, O. Griffin, J. Mickey. 
Third Row: Coach Bounnell, Coach Ward, B. Hurt, F. Baker, S. Brown, B. Graul, M. Brown, M. Moore, T. Wheat, J. 
Woodley, J. Blair, M. Laine, S. Parson, T. Thornton, N. Crawford, G. Wade, A. Guy, Coach Burkich, Coach Cassity. Fourth 
Row: Coach Hecker, K. Buff in, L. Tate, J. Ellis, M. Dutton, B. Stratton, J. Birch, R. McCleese, T. VanHoose, K. Henslnger, 
B. Huffman, P. Burt, R. Williams, R. Ragland, M. Bunch, B. Hill. 

MOORE HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAAA 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 










(Left to Right) Front Row: R. Manley, D. Sexton, M. Gibbons, C. Ratliff, T. Hooker, T. Jeffrey, K. Barger, R. Juarez, S. 
Patterson, J. Hubbs, A. Heissler, M. Hobson, R. Greenwell, S. Howard. Second Row: M. Riggs, T. Sneed, S. Vesel, L. 
Minton, B. Mitchell, W. Dunn, R. Hobson, G. Downey, B. Downey, S. Duball, P. Hamilton, B. Weller, K. Kompfhammer. 
Third Row: R. Grandizo, V. Stallings, T. Brown, M. Payne, C. Gray, T. Buckler, D. Phillips, T. BIythe, M. Lucas, G. Miller, L. 
Hurt, M. Bush, R. Garrett. Fourth Row: J. Holderman, D. Keeling, T. Goodman, M. St. Clair, K. Keeling, J. Hutchins, D. 
Daub, A. Coomer, P. Collins, B. Pulliam, G. Cook, R. Colebs. Fifth Row: J. Devoe, P. Poiles, J. Humes, C. Gibbons, J. 
Jackie, B. Humpich, J. Surbaugh, T. Lanham, M. Hamilton, J. Droddy, D. Miller. Sixth Row: B. Wood, D. Woods, T. Jones, 
R. McGaw, T. Raferty, J. Williamson, G. Buckler, T. Bland 

NORTH HARDIN — CLASS AAAA, REGION II, DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Welmann, W. Crowder, G. Peterson, K. Allen, T. Novak, T. Gray, T. Novak, S. Peterson, 
T. McLean, M. Holeman. Second Row: K. Nichols, R. Johnson, D. Dusite, F. Robinson, M. Bryant, C. Tate, C. Rothermel, 
F. Shropshire, K. Churchill, B. Easter. Third Row: C. Jacobs, M. Plummber, S. Woodard, T. Williams, S. Barnett, S. Ward, 
J. McElhannon, L. Underwood, R. Starry, H. Chandler. Fourth Row: A. Pettway, B. Cleaver, J. Jorgenson, J. Blackburn, F. 
Shanks, D. Cook, B. Banghman, D. Shjrrard, M. Allen, G. Deaton. Fifth Row: E. Vowels, J. Stull, J. Johnson, S. King, D. 
Hibbs, O. Brooks, P. Pearson, G. Burrls, M. Faikin, H. Cook. Sixth Row: J. Bodnar, D. McCoy, D. Bennett, B. Jacobson, P. 
Pearson, T. Wright, D. Caswell, P. Shea, G. Quinn, R. Stewart. Seventh Row: C. Jackson, R. Yarbourgh, S. Holeman, P. 
Hollern, S. Thomas, T. Edwards, S. White, C. RIckllff, B. Billeny, J. Foster. 



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MADISON CENTRAL — CLASS AAAA, REGION III, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: G. Cruise, J. Hendren, D. Huff, L. Agee, K. Jones, M. Gomes, P. Sowers, M. Henderson, R. 
Whitaker. Second Row: M. Ayers, J. Howard, R. Baldwin, J. Kays, D. Garrett, R. Thomas, J. Turner, S. YagomI, L. Czor, D. 
Rice, D. Marionneaus. Third Row: M. Reed, G. Thacker, D. Whataker, T. Gross, D. Isbell, J. Cowan, D. Jenkins, A. Durbin, 
G. Jackson, L. Jennings, G. Cornelison. Fourth Row: D. Presnell, J. Harris, D. Howard, J. Adams, M. Czor, S. Johnson, S. 
Robinson, B. David, M. Cornelius, C. Morrow. Fifth Row: M. Reynolds, D. Stipes, E. Brandenburg, B. Hicks, G. Pitts, D. 
Alford, D. Weitkamp, T. Baros, B. Taylor, P. Jones, C. Hale, K. Hendren, D. Lowery. 

SHELBY COUNTY — CLASS AAAA, REGION II, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: W. May, T. Marshall, Z. Harris, K. Swigert, T. Roberts, V. Faills, T. Atha, M. Bailey, J. 
McCiennon, R. Goad, M. Webb. Second Row: T. Johnson, T. Willard, P. Kemp, J. Murphy, B. Pollard, S. Sparrow, K. 
Kemp, S. Wilson, S. Willard, D. Goble, M. Bradford, J. Allen. Third Row: B. Nutter, M. Webb, C. Wheeler, J. White, T. 
Armstrong, S. Collier, R. Woldridge, J. Kinser, P. Rutledge, G. Whisman, M. Brown, C. Davis, P. Walker. Fourth Row: G. 
Davis, M. Smith, D. Cottreil, A. Marshall, G. Wilder, J. Minor, S. Hayden, E. Nation, T. Shannon, D. Beach, E. Howard, L. 
Stout, W. Walker. Fifth Row: S. Hayden, O. Loving, W. Easiey, J. Murphy, J. Williams, B. Beckiey, J. Jones, T. Sullivan, D. 
Hail, J. Moore, M. Cottreil, D. Conn. 



PAUL BLAZER — CLASS AAAA, REGION IV, DISTRICT 2, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: J. Stephens, B. KIsler, D. Leaver, J. Secord, R. Boggess, R. Cooper, D. Morrison, P. 
McPeek, B. Artis, B. Reynolds, S. Stephens, C. Tussey, R. Adklns. Second Row: D. Bail, T. Cieary, J. Bush, G. Farrow, B. 
Mellon, J. Beason, G. Conley, J. McMeans, S. Salyers, P. Stringer, J. Brisiin, D. Eiswick, R. Presley. Third Row: G. Pendei, 
G. VanHoose, S. Crank, R. Muliins, T. Woolley, D. Perkins, J. Hammonds, C. Whitehead, D. Unrue, D. Hail, 0. Keeton, M. 
Dempsey, D. Richardson, C. Bradshaw, C. Barber. Fourth Row: P. Whaters, J. Bradley, J. Hutchinson, T. Consiglio, C. 
Hutchinson, I. Ramey, D. Hail, B. Gibson, M. Arthur, D. Stamper, B. Crum, T. Queen, D. Smith, E. Richardson. 



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BISHOP DAVID HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAAA 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 1, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: D. Morgan, P. McCawley, M. Manning, T. Robertson, T. Burge, T. Mettling, K. Padrone, S. 
Reed, J. Keifer, L. Schaftlein, S. Walters, M. Rieber, 0. Winrich, R. Napper, B. Hutchins. Second Row: D. Ryan, M. Peters, 
A. Donnally, C. HIgdon, J; Hagan, J. Wolff, T. Richardson, M. Corder, J. Archer, C. Hawkins, B. Doyle, T. Daub, T. Burke, 
J. Peak, J. Dunn, M. Hickey, M. Abell. Third Row: K. Schonburg, D. Welch, R. Koppel, G. Egart, J. Kennedy, T. Nash, J. 
Hepler, P. Calhoun, J. Roe, B. Shablik, J. Smith, B. Odie, S. Hagerman, J. Brown, J. Carroll, D. Paterson. Fourth Row: B. 
Neuner, B. Kilkelly, T. Smith, R. Cambron, J. Nauert, C. Harris, S. Morris, C. Thieneman, C. Beardon, T. McGrath, B. 
Radford, J. Bryant. Fifth Row: J. Rowland, T. Hartlage, G. Ray, N. Smalley, B. Heselschwerdt, G. Eiden, M. Marks, C. Harr, 
T. Anderson, J. Leonard. Sixth Row: M. Gefert, B. Bronger, D. Nash, G. Deroche, D. Bennett, D. Leasor, D. Bradshaw. 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAAA 
JEFFERSON COUNTY DISTRICT 3, CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Brelt, J. McDermott, J. Bauer, A. Stewart, J. Just, J. Hock, J. Beckman, T. Rookie, K. 
Beilman, S. O'Bryan. Second Row: C. Calhoun, G. Scherzer, E. Lacefield, B. Bender, P. Sherman, J. Holmes, K. Jackson, 
K. Porco, T. Mudd. Third Row: M. Wolford, F. Fargen, D. Burruss, M. Beckman, M. Wilbert, M. Riggs, B. Barry, J. 
Burkhardt, T. Taylor, T. Bruce. Fourth Row: J. Burns, R. Schweitzer, P. Ballard, K. Dunlevy, J. Fihe, J. Hess, B. Howard, M. 
Vanover, D. Bisig, T. Jones, D. Burke. Fifth Row: T. Evans, C. Clements, S. Fehr, J. Dodrill, D. Johnson, K. Bowling, R. 
Epperson, B. Hulsmeyer, L. Hartlage, S. Delius, G. Bohn, J. Bohn. Sixth Row: C. Johns, T. Kottak, J. Schleck, G. Schaaf, 
P. Patton, J. Gruneisen, T. Pfister, R. Rayome, M. Sandbach, W. Wolford, D. Marquess, M. Buehner, M. Gruneisen. 
Seventh Row: T. Holsclaw, S. Karem, K. Kirchner, D. Polston, R. Raque, C. Riedling, S. Rollings. 



1980-81 APPROVED 
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Thefollowing officials havequalifiedforthe advanced rating of The following officials have qualified for the highest rating of 

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Ashby, Don R. 
Beane. David P. 
Buckley, Warren 
Davis, Chris Brian 
Hardy, Thomas W. 



Kissel, Louis Steven 
Lynch, Charles 
Sundberg, Daniel L. 
Washington, Eugene C, 
Whitacre, lyiarty 



Cllne, Jack D. 
Hillock, Steven W. 
Ivlann, Lawrence V. 



Salyers, Don 
Schofield, Dennis J. 
Weenolsen, Robert 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1981 



Page Eleven 



Electrical Safety 
Cont. from Page 1 

plugs and those are Inserted In grounded recep- 
tacles. (2) But in a wet area, a g.f.b. is necessary 
because of the rather unique situation the human 
body is placed in when it is wet and subjected to 
electrical current. 

The human body is a conductor of electricity. 
Resistance to the flow of electricity through the 
body is reduced when the body is wet. If you came in 
contact with an energized wire, you would get 
shocked. If you touched that same wire when you 
were wet or standing in water, the shock you would 
get would be at least five times as great as when you 
were dry. Electrical current flowing through the 
body causes injury. 

In order to understand the protection offered by 
a g.f.b. we must first determine what the safe and 
unsafe levels of currents are for the human body. 

Current is measured in amps. The currents that 
are harmful to the human body are measured in 
milliamps or one-thousandths of an amp. These are 
very, very small currents. An ordinary 100 watt light 
bulb will draw about one amp. Power lines carry 
hundredsoreven thousands of amps. A safe current 
level for the human body is defined as about eight 
milliamps. You can barely feel this amount of 
current. 8—100 milliamps can result in a painful 
shock. 100—200 milliamps flowing through the 
heart will disrupt the normal nerve impulses to the 
muscle fibers and cause fibrilation. As the currents 
get above 200 milliamps, tissues are destroyed due 
to the extremely rapid rise in tempei-ature. From this 
level of current, you also get severe, non-relaxing 
muscle contractions. This includes the heart 
muscle. The heart muscle fibers will contract but not 
relax. 

A g.f.b. is designed to interrupt the power in a 
circuit, if there is a discrepancy of more than five 
milliamps in that circuit. As we have said, this is a 
current below the level of sensation for most people. 
The individual is being shocked but doesn't know it 
and the whirlpool shuts off due to the circuit 
breaker. A conventional fuse or circuit breaker is set 
to trip out at an overload situation, such as would 
cause a house to burn down, not to protect a human. 
These are set at 15—20 amps, not 5 milliamps. 

Now, back to our whirlpool hazard. You must 
realize that if the insulation should fail in the 
whirlpool motor when you are immersed in the tank 
or touching it, you become a parallel electrical 
circuit. And as I said before, simple grounding is not 
enough. By grounding a whirlpool you do provide a 
circuit that supposedly will conduct current through 
it, if the insulation should fail. But it doesn't matter 
how well grounded it is, if you are in the tank or 
touching it, you are still a parallel path and will 
receive some amount of current. While the amount 
of current in your path can be reduced by proper 
grounding, it cannot be eliminated and could fall 
into the range of harmful currents mentioned 
earlier. The g.f.b. measures all the currents that are 
flowing through your portion of the circuit and the 
grounded portion of the circuit and will trip out the 
motor at five milliamps. 

G.f.b.'s have been available for the past 5-6 
years. They cost about 40-50 dollars and should be 
installed by a qualified electrician. There are two 
types — one is designed for installation in the wall 



outlet. The other type is designed for installation 
into the circuit breaker panel. You should choose 
the type that best suits your number and arrange- 
ment of hydrotherapy units. Don't forget cold 
immersion tanks and underwater ultra sound. 

It is probably unnecessary for me to bring up 
the legal implications of failureto install g.f.b.'s. The 
National Electric Code requires them in all health 
care facilities. There will be a whole new section 
added to the 1981 NEC specifying their use of 
therapeutic pools and tubs. If your facility were not 
in compliance to this code, and next year it will be 
very specific, you would not stand a chance in a law 
suit. (The code references for those of you who may 
need to site them to your administrators are: 1978 
NEC — article 517-92. 1981 NEC — section F of 
article 680-62.) 

There are many reasons why a motor can go 
bad other than insulation failure, so the chances of 
this particular fault occurring are relatively remote. 
But it does occur and has occurred and the stakes 
are so high that it is well worth having the best 
protection that is technologically available to us. Let 
me urge you to have an expert in to inspect your 
hydrotherapy areas and install g.f.b. and avoid any 
possible tragedy. 



References 

1. Fales, Edward Jr.: "A Little Box That Stops Elec- 
tric Shock". The Reader's Digest. April 1968, 
pp2-5. 

2. Ground Fault Protection. U.S. Department of 
Labor, Occupational Safety, and Health Admin- 
istration. February 10, 1977. 

3. National Electrical Code. National Fire Pro- 
tection Association. Connecticut Printers, Inc. 
1974, Article 517-92. 



Football Oistricis and Regions 
Cont from Front Cover 



REGION IV 

District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie 
Heights, Holmes 
District 2 — 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 

JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA — 23 Schools 

District 1 — 

Bishop David, Butler, Doss, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Shawnee, Valley, Western 
District 2 — 

Atherton, DeSales, Durrett, Fairdale, Moore, 
Southern 
Districts — 

Fern Creek, Iroquois, Male, Manual, St. Xavler, 
Seneca 
District 4 — 

Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Trinity, Waggener 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1981 



Certified Basketball Officials 
Omitted from January Atlilete 

The following basketball officials wfio have qualified for the 
advanced rating of Certified were inadvertently left off of the list 
which appeared in the January Athlete: 



Farley, Jimmy 
Featherstone, Jerry 
Feger, George 
Feltner, Danny 
Fields, Rufus Jr. 
Finley, James Howard 
Flesch, Jerome P 
Fletcher, John 
Florence, Joseph 
Flynn, Steve 
Fox, Joanna 
Francis, James F. 
Frazier, l^ac 
Freppon, Tom 
Fritz, John C. 
Gabbard, John P. 
Gabbard, Raymond Jr. 
Gaddie, Gary T. 
Gardner, Gary M. 
Gatterdam, Ed L. 
Gentry, Dale J. 
Geurin. Joe D. Jr. 
Gibbons, l\/lichael L. 
Gibson, Gary F. 
Gibson, Russell K. 
Gilbert, Gerald L. 
Goldey, William H. 
Gordon, Roy T. 
Gorrell, E. Howard 
Greathouse, Frank 
Green, Donald P. 
Gregg, Lonnie A. 
Grey, Don L. 
Griffin, Charles D. 
Griffith, Michael R. 
Gupton, Lawrence 
Guthrie, Gilliam F. 
Haas, Tom V. 
Hackett, Wilbur L. Sr. 
Hall, Donald Wayne 
Hall, Tommy L. 



Hall, William W. 
Hamm, Gerald 
Hamm, Ritchie 
Hammons, George F. 
Hampton, Doug 
Hardin, Don G. 
Hargis, Noel K. 
Harper, James A. 
Harper, Robie Jr. 
Hart, Peggy J. 
Hatfield, Robert M. 
Hawkins, Donald H. 
Hawkins, Stewart D. 
Hayes, James V. 
Head, Jack B. 
Hedges, Dennis A 
Henderson, Roger A. 
Henson, Don R. 
Hickey, Thomas L. 
Hickey, Thomas R. 
Hicks, S. Gene 
Higdon, J. Samuel 
Hill, James P. 
Hilton, Billy 
Hiten, Mark S. 
Hobbs, C. V. Jr. 
Hodges, Bill 
Holt, Larry K. 
Holt, Robert E. 
Holt. Ronald J. 
Hopson, James E. 
Home, Jordan E. Jr. 
Houk, Jackie L, 
Hourigan, Timothy A. 
Howard, Dwight W. 
Howard, James D. 
Hubbard, Millard Oscar 
Hughes, Brenda L. 
Hummel, Thomas J. 
Hunt, William G. 
Hutchinson, Jack 



Registered Basl(etball Officials 



Cont. from January Athlete 

Strong, Terry G. — 135 Honeysuckle Dr., Apt. 5, Florence 41042 — 

371-7625; 369-7128 
Studle, Ronald O — 171 Bellemeade, Frankfort 40601 —502/223- 

4145: 582-4744 
Stull. Melvin R. — 183 Transcript Ave., Lexington 40508 — 253- 

1299: 683-3731 
Sullivan, Dan L. — 132 Donnelly Dr., Ft. Thomas 41 075— 781-0897; 

292-3004 
Sullivan, Heron G. — Box 518 CC Station, Williamsburg 42519 — 

561-5213; 549-9117 
Szczapinski, Larry T. — Rt. 6 Box 32, Scottsville 42164 — 237-4971 
Szyper. Richard T. — 9210 Walt Lee Rd., Louisville 40291 — 502/ 

239-0676; 361-2605 

Tackett, James F. — Box 765, Jenkins 41537 — 606/832-2550; 832- 

2123 
Tackett, Timmy — Box 182, Dorton 41520 — 639-8001 
Tarry. William Robert — Rt. 5, Glasgow 42141 — 678-2539; 427- 

2611 
Tarvin, Roger Wayne — 2204 WoodhillCt., Crescent Springs41017 

— 331-8447:341-7650 
Taylor. Bill — 7307 Meadow Rd.. Crestwood 40014 — 241-9201; 

222-0121 
Taylor, Donald D. — 1594 BelmarDr., Lou isvi lie 4021 3 — 454-0979- 

637-651 1 
Taylor, Edward C. — Box 695, Martin 41649 — 886-6830 



Teegarden, Bill — Rt. 3, Box 100. Flemingsburg41041 —849-2995 
Terry. James M. — Box 43. Hindman 41822 — 785-5902; 436-3155 
Thacker. Larry R. — P.O. Drawer H. Hindman 41822 — 785-5195; 

785-3111 
Thomas. Bobby — General Delivery, Pinetop 41843 — 642-3293; 

785-3256 
Thomas, Durward C. — Rt. 4 Box 341. Central City 42330 — 754- 

5766; 338-2772 
Thomas, John O. Jr. — 109 Cooper Dr., Lebanon 40033 — 502/692- 

4018; 606/336-7367 
Thomas. Leonard A. — 1213 Carter Ave.. Ashland 41101 — 606/ 

324-0586; 329-7441 
Thomas, Michael A. — 111 Patterson Ct.. Campbellsville 42718 — 

465-7577; 465-2877 
Thompson, Charles Allen — Rt. 1. Fancy Farm 42039 — 623-8035 
Thompson. David L. — General Delivery. Clay 42404 — 664-6372; 

664-2429 
Thompson. Gary — 702-C Alexia Drive. Mt. Sterling 40353 — 498- 

2632; 232-7218 
Thompson, Jerry W. — 1932 Mt. Vernon. Ft Wright 41011 — 341- 

1932 
Thompson, Joe — 468 Spring St., Mt. Sterting 40353 — 498-2479; 

498-2660 
Thompson, Robert E. — Rt. 1 Box 702-T, Pikeville 41501 — 606/ 

432-4741 
Thompson, Thomas A. — 2504 Larkin Dr. Apt 165. Lexington 

40503 — 277-1769; 502/564-7996 
Thompson. Tom D — 97Carran Dr., Ft. Mitchell 41017 — 606/341- 

1809; 292-4034 
Thornberry. Gary E. — Rt. 2 Box 368-A, Lawrenceburg 40342 — 

502/839-6434; 839-6100 
Thornbury. C. Brice — Rt 3 Box 560-A, Ashland 41 101 —606/325- 

8603; 739-4181 
Thrasher. Barry L. — Rt. 4 Box 15. Smith's Grove 42171 —842- 

8106; 563-5531 
Tichenor. Gary N. — Box 45. Bloomfield 40008 — 502/252-9955; 

673-3462 
Ticknor, W G. — 302 Landsdowne. Grayson 41143 — 606/474- 

4789; 474-5136 
Tinsley. Marion F. — Box 447, Central City 42330 — 754-3608; 754- 

4870 
Tolliver,Jerry L. — Box 162, Frenchburg 40322 — 606/768-2804; 

768-2844 
Trapp, Charles W. — 34 Trapp Ct, Alexandria 41001 — 606/635- 

9250; 502/564-7183 
Tucker, Charles N. — 404 Locust St., Vine G rove 401 75 — 502/877- 

5230; 624-6320 
Tucker, Joseph P. — 4 Beeman Lane. Florence 41 042 — 525-1 886; 

242-4343 
Turner. Keenan V. — Box 720. Somerset 42501 — 423-3624; 679- 

6361 
Turpin. Donald W. — 3279 Bowie Dr., Lexington 40502 — 272- 

2310; 231-2554 
Turpin, Ronald D. — 3432 Simcoe Ct, Lexington 40502 — 266- 

1827; 233-0400 
Tuttle, Walter E. Ill — 1053 Patricia Lane, Lexington 40511 —255- 

6960; 254-3321 
Tyler, Reed — Box 88-B, Crittenden 41030 — 606/485-7631; 485- 

4432 
Tyree, Preston M. — Rt. 8 Box 114, Richmond 40475 — 606/624- 

9677; 623-2264 
Umfress, Lynda — 2893 Richmond Rd., Lexington 40511 — 266- 

6971 ; 987-2550 
Uriage. Dick — 822 Highland Ave.. Ft. Thomas 41075 — 606/441- 

5513; 513/771-8550 
Vance. G. Scott — 2415 South 29th St.. Ashland 41101 — 606/325- 

9461 ; 325-2828 
VanHoose. Chartes K. — 231 Sycamore St. . Catlettsburg 41 1 29 — 

606/739-4574; 739-4166 
VanHooser. Phillip, — Box 339, Berea 40403 — 606/986-2149; 986- 

9304 
Vanover, J.W. — Jackhorn 41825 — 855-7049; 633-2168 
Vanover. Tommy — Box 241, Neon 41840 — 606/855-7878 
Varney. Gregory N. — Box 109. Hardy 41531 —353-9473; 237-4691 
Vaughn. Ronald B. — 1626 Lee Dr., Henderson 42420 — 502/826- 

6820; 821-9345 
Vaught, Marvin W. — 107 Starlit Dr., Somerset 42501 — 606/679- 

1858; 679-7341 
Veach, Gary W. — 28 Maple Tree Lane, Independence 41051 — 

606/356-7331 
Vincent, Jack — Box 144. Upton 42784 — 502/369-8800 
Vinson, Ray T. — 610 Osage, Campbellsville 42718 — 789-1621; 

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FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the University 
of Kentucky's College of Education The code letters "e. j, s. c, a" 
refer to elementary, junior high, senior high, college and adult 
audiences who may enjoy the particular film listed. The rental 
prices shown do not apply to schools which use one of the special 
subscription service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. Scott Street Building. University of Kentucky, Lexington. 
Kentucky 40506 

SWIMMING 

BACK STROKE, e-|-s-c-a. iv, reels (15 mm.). $3.00. 
Good body position and efficient arm action are the 
basis for tfie fine performance. Special attention is given to 
the start and the turn. Effective use is made of animation, 
stop action and slow motion, 

BEGINNING SWIfVlMING, e-j-s-c-a. 1 reel. $2.00 

Through scenes photographed both above and 
beneath the surface of the vifater. basic techniques of 
svi/imming for beginners are demonstrated. Land and 
water drills involving kicking, breathing, floating, paddling 
and stroking and pu I ling with the arm practiced separately, 
then coordinated as the swimmer learns the American 
crawl. The back float, back stroke, and breast stroke are 
also illustrated and explained. 

BREAST STROKE SIDE STROKE AND UNDERWATER 
SWIMMING, e-j-s-c-a, $2.00 

This film presents the conventional breast stroke, 
timing and strokes, and the kick. 

BUTTERFLY, e-j-s-c-a-. 1': reels (16 min.), $3.00 

Newest and most challenging of the swimming 
strokes is explained in detail. Making use of slow motion 
underwater photography, the arm action and dolphin kick 
are analyzed. Correct timing between arms and leg action 
is vital to performance. Reasons for timing are clearly 
explained. 

CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING: PERFECTION TECH- 
NIQUE, e-j-s-c-a. 2 reels, (19 min.), color, $5.50. 

Outlines briefly the program and training methods 
used by the Santa Clara Swim Club that may be used by 
anyone to train swimmers. The technique illustrated, such 
as weight training, circle training, pace clocks, bench and 
stroke work and interval training when properly applied in 
the appropriate circumstances, will all prove beneficial in 
perfecting swimming style. 

CRAWL STROKE, e-j-s-c-a. 



The basic principles of the stroke are presented in this 
film. The arm stroke, the kick, and the breathing are 
demonstrated. This film also includes slow motion shots 
underwater. 

DIVING FUNDAMENTALS, j-s-c-a. 1 reel, $2.00 

After a brief history of the sport of diving, the following 
points are explained and demonstrated: the hurdle jump, 
determining the correct distance, proper arm action, 
correct way of landing on the feet, proper takeoff and lift, 
correct entry into the water. The backward dive is also 
taught, including lift, arching the body, and entry into the 
water. The motion is stopped at various points to enable 
detailed study of form. 

DOLPHIN KICK, e-j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00. 

An excellent swimmer, an underwater camera and 
carefully devised teaching demonstrations introduce the 
new swimming techniques known asthedolphinorfishtail 
kick. Analyzing the body movements used in the dolphin 
kick, the film stresses the importance of practice for 
mastery of this efficient speedy kick. 

DROWN PROOFING, j-s-c-a. 1 reel (9 min), color. $4.50. 
Shows how to stay afloat and travel in water even if 
you have never learned to swim. Ninety-nine per cent 
(99%) of all men and about ninety-nine point nine per cent 
(99.9%) of all women can remain on the surface in fresh 
water without moving, as can nearly all children. 

I'M NO FOOL IN WATER, p-e-j-a, 1 reel (8 min.). color, 
$3.00. 

Jimmy Cricket illustrates the "do's" and "don'ts" of 
water safety precautions. Points out the basic rules: wait at 
least two hours after eating, stay out when water is too 
cold, never swim alone, and dive only when you know the 
water is deep enough. 

SPRINT CRAWL, e-j-s-c-a. 1 Vj reels (14 min.), $3.00. 
Underwater photography plus animation demonstrate 
the dynamics of moving solid bodies through water and 
the resistance factors that must be overcome. You see the 
employment of arms and legs as well as entire body for 
speed, streamlining power. Championship racing starts, 
breathing techniques, and turns are shown in slow motion. 

BASEBALL 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1965, e-j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 
color, $1.00. 

In the 36th all-star game at the home of the Minnesota 
Twins in Minneapolis the National League conquered the 

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Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIII— NO. 8 



MARCH, 1981 



$2.00 Per Year 



STATE GYMNASTICS RESULTS 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, was the site 
for the Gymnastics competition held on February 21, 1981. 
Kathy Case managed the girls' tournament and Jim Nance 
managed the boys' tournament. Dr. Gerald Calkin was 
the overall meet manager and Dr. Hal Holmes was in 
charge of officials. 

BOYS TEAM SCORES 

1. Tates Creek, 108.39; 2. Marion County, 107.75; 3. 
Bryan Station, 105.44. 

Floor Exercise 

1. Bobby Fleming, Franklin Co., 9.3; 2. Mike Ralley, 
Marion Co., 7.75; 3. David Bailey, Trinity, 7.65; 4. Shannon 
Zeigler, Silver Grove, 7.55; 5. David Cull, Marion Co., 7.35; 
6. Darryl Antrobus, Pendleton Co., 7.3 
Rings 

1. Keven Degler, Tates Creek, 6.0; 2. David Bailey, 
Trinity, 5.65; 3. Mike Railey, Marion Co., 5.6; 4. David Cull, 
Marion Co., 5.35; 5. Jamie Wills, Tates Creek, 5.25; 6. Tom 
Clifford, Pendleton Co., 5.2. 

Vaulting 

1. Bobby Fleming, Franklin Co.,9.1;2,TerryTichenor, 
Bryan Station, 8.6; 3. David Cull, Marion Co., 8.15; 4. 
George Miller, Bryan Station, 8.1; 5. Tom Phillips, Bryan 
Station, 7.8; 6. David Bailey, Trinity, 7.75. 
Parallel Bars 

1. David Bailey, Trinity, 7.05; 2. Bobby Fleming, 
Franklin Co., 6.85; 3. Kevin Degler, Tates Creek, 6.15; 4. 
Danny Pitts, Tates Creek, 5.75; 5. Mike Railey, Marion Co., 
5.65; 6. David Cull, Marion Co., 5.55. 
Pommel Horse 

1. David Bailey, Trinity, 6.85; 2. Bobby Fleming. 
Franklin Co., 6.05; 3. Sam Terry, Henry Clay, 5.75; 4. Paul 
Bryan, Bryan Station, 5.55; 5. Danny Pitts, Tates Creek. 
5.3; 6. David Cull. Marion Co., 5.25; Jamie Wills, Tates 
Creek, 5.25; Gerry Watts, Bryan Station, 5.25. 
Horizontal Bars 

1. Bobby Fleming, Franklin Co.. 6.85; 2. David Bailey, 
Trinity, 6.25; 3. David Cull, Marion Co., 4.35; 4. Jamie Wills, 
Tates Creek, 4.3; 5. Terry Tichenor, Bryan Station, 4.15; 6. 
Danny Pitts, Tates Creek, 4.1. 

Ail-Around 

1 . Bobby Fleming, Franklin Co., 43.15; 2. David Bailey, 
Trinity, 41 .2; 3. David Cull, Marion Co., 36.0; 4. Mike Railey, 
Marion Co., 34.9; 5. Jamie Wills, Tates Creek, 34.45; 6. 
Danny Pitts, Tates Creek, 33.2. 



GIRLS TEAM SCORES 

Team Finish: Kentucky Country Day, 99.45; Mercy 
Academy, 92.90; Bryan Station, 82.95; Woodford County, 
59.65; Lafayette, 50.15; Sacred Heart Academy, 35.85; 
Presentation, 33.05; Angela Merici, 31.80. 

Vaulting: Kim Magre, Mercy Academy, 9.15; Sally 
Long, Sacred Heart, 9.15; Maureen Hall, Presentation, 
8.95; Jennie Wilson, Kentucky Country Day, 8.95; Lisa 
Levitch, Kentucky Country Day, 8.75; Lori Steele, Angela 
Merici, 8.50; Diane Seay, Presentation, 8.45; Jimmie 
McDonald, Woodford County, 8.20. 

Uneven Bars: Jimmie McDonald, Woodford County, 
8.90; Lisa Levitch, Kentucky Country Day. 8.85; Jennie 
Wilson, Kentucky Country Day, 8.75; Sally Long, Sacred 
Heart, 8.70; Kim Magre, Mercy Academy, 8.55; Nedda 



Stivers, Bryan Station, 8.45; Mary Ann Jaggers, Mercy 
Academy, 8.30; Lori Steele, Angela Merici, 8.05. 

Balance Beam: Sally Long, Sacred Heart, 8.90; Nedda 
Stivers, Bryan Station, 8.25; Maureen Hall, Presentation, 
8.0; Angle Foushee, Kentucky Country Day, 7.90; Jennie 
Wilson, Kentucky Country Day, 7.80; Jimmie McDonald, 
Woodford County, 7.65; Kim Magre, Mercy Academy, 7.65; 
Libby Bradshaw, Marion County, 7.60. 

Floor Exercise: Sally Long, Sacred Heart, 9.10; Lisa 
Levitch, Kentucky Country Day, 9.05; Lori Steele, Angela 
Merici, 8.70; Jennie Wilson, Kentucky Country Day, 8.65; 
Kim Magre, Mercy Academy, 8.55; Maureen Hall, 
Presentation, 8.40; Mary Ann Jaggers, Mercy Academy, 
8.20; Nedda Stivers, Bryan Station, 8.0. 

Ail-Around: Sally Long, Sacred Heart, 35.85; Jennie 
Wilson, Kentucky Country Day, 34.15; Lisa Levitch, 
Kentucky Country Day, 34.10; Kim Magre, Mercy 
Academy, 33.90; Maureen Hall, Presentation, 33.05: 
Jimmie McDonald, Woodford County, 32.25; Lori Steele, 
Angela Merici, 32.25; Mary Ann Jaggers, Mercy Academy, 
31.90. 

STATE WRESTLING RESULTS 

The Atherton High School, Louisville, was the site for 
the State Wrestling Tournament held on February 20-21. 
1981 . Orville Williams of Seneca High School was manager 
and Gene Minton of Atherton High School was assistant 
manager of the Tournament. Some of the team results are 
as follows: 

North Hardin 108, Conner 84'/2, Union County 83, 
Hopkinsville 71 '/2, Christian County 64y2, Trigg County 
6272, Trinity 62, Eastern 61 '72, Fern Creek 59, Woodford 
County 48, Scott 46, Danville 43, Waggener 43, Tates 
Creek 34, Boone County 30'/2, Lafayette 30'/2. 

Individual winners in each weight class are as follows: 

98 lb., Slaughter (Christian County); 105 lb., Whalen 
(Eastern); 112 lb., Ervin (Union County); 119 lb., Hartnett 
(Eastern); 126 lb., Boggess (North Hardin); 132 lb.. Carrion 
(North Hardin); 138 lb.. Brown (Union County); 145 lb., 
Clarkson (Conner); 155 lb.. Cole (Conner); 167 lb., 
Hitchings (Fern Creek); 185 lb., Griggs (Hopkinsville); 
Heavyweight, Beaks (Waggener). 

RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP 

Rifle Marksmanship will be held at Jeffersontown High 
School, Jeffersontown, Kentucky. Starting time is to be at 
8:00 a.m. on April 4, 1981. For information contact IstSgt. 
Robert Ebert, at Jeffersontown High School, who will 
manage the Meet. The following schools have indicated 
they will have rifle marksmanship: 

Belfry, Bourbon County, Breathitt County. Calloway 
County, Eastern, Fern Creek, Fort Knox, Greenup County, 
Iroquois, Jeffersontown, Lawrence County, Male, Mason 
County, M.M.I., Owensboro. Paul B. Blazer, Thomas 
Jefferson, Whitley County. 

FENCING INFORMATION 

The State Fencing Meet will be held at Atherton High 
School, Louisville, Kentucky on April 4, 1981 the starting 
time will be 12:30 p.m. 

For more information contact W.E. Long, 1515 Tyler 
Park Dr., Louisville, Kentucky 40204, 502/937-5453. 

The following schools have indicated they will have 
fencing; 

Fort Knox, Lafayette, Male, Oneida Baptist Institute, 
Seneca, Tates Creek. 



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MARCH, 1981 VOL. XLIII— NO. 8 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 
President .. Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Vice-Pres JD Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Directors .. Charles D Black (1980-1984) Barbourvilie; 
John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon Coleman 
(1980-1984) Owensboro, Robie Harper, Jr. (1979-1983) 
Drakesboro. Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; 
Walter J Pickett (1980-1982) Valley Station; Barney 
Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville, Fairce O. Woods 
(1979-1983) Flemingsburg: Conley Manning, State Dept. 
of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year 



From the Commissioner's Office 



SPRING MEETS 1981 

Tentative dates have been set for the various spring 
meets and tournaments in fencing, rifle marksmanship, 
baseball, track, golf, soccer and tennis. They are as 
follows: 

April 4, State Rifle Marksmanship 

State Fencing Tournament 
April 17, Delegate Assembly Meets 
May 4, Regional Golf Tournaments 
May 4-9, District Baseball Tournaments 
May 9, Regional Track Meets 
May 12-13, State Golf Tournaments 
May 12-16, Regional Baseball Tournaments 
May 16, Semi-Final State Track Meet 
May 23, Final State Track Meet 
May 22-23, Regional Tennis Tournaments 
May 21-22, State Baseball Tournament (First Round) 
May 28-29, State Baseball Tournament (Semi-Finals 

and Finals) 
May 29-30, State Tennis Tournament 



ATTENTION COACHES 
OF ALL SPORTS 

The 30th All Star East-West Games are to be held June 
12th and 13th, 1981 at the Kentucky Fairgrounds Stadiums 
in Louisville, Kentucky. 

On Friday night, June 12th, at 8:00 pm., at the 
Kentucky Fairgrounds Stadium, the East-West All Star 
Football Game will be held. Players have been nominated 
and ballots will be sent out for players to be picked. The 
Football Coaches will also vote for this year's Assistant 
Coaches, who will be the Head Coach in 1982. The East 
Head Football Coach this year is Mr. Fred Bernier of 
Bellevue High School. The West Head Football Coach, Mr. 



Marshall H. Patterson of Fort Campbell High School. 

On Saturday night, June 13th, the East-West 
Basketball Games will be played at Freedom Hall. The East 
Coach which is Regions 9 thru 16 is Mr. Reynolds Flynn of 
Covington Holmes High School. The West Coach is Mr. 
Dave Hart of Oldham County High School. The West Team 
is Regions 1 thru 8. Ballots for the Basketball players will 
be sent out about Regional Basketball Tournament time. 

This year's Basketball Coaches are to vote for a Coach 
of the Year from the State-at-Large. Also, Regions 1 thru 8 
are to vote for a Coach to assist M r. Dave Hart this year and 
be head West Coach in 1982. Regions 9 thru 16 are to vote 
for a Coach from their regions, to assist Mr. Reynolds 
Flynn this year and be head East Coach in 1982. 

The girls pick their Team and Coaches at their State 
Tournament. 

Make plans now to attend the Conference and The All 
Star Games this June 12th and 13th, 1981. 



MAJOR FOOTBALL RULES 
REVISIONS FOR 1981 SEASONS 

1-5-3 Note: Legalized use of molded sole shoes 
with nonrennovable cleats or studs no more than Vs" 
in length made of nonabraslve material with no 
cutting edge. 

2-2-2; 9-1-4: Defined blocking below waist. 
There shall be no blocking below the waist by any 
player who is outside the free blocking zone except 
to tackle the runner of a player pretending to be a 
runner. 

2-2-4-; 9-1-3c: Defined a chop block as a 
delayed block at the knee or below against an 
opponent who is in contact with a teammate of the 
blocker in the free blocking zone with a 15-yard 
penalty. 

2-3-4: An invalid fair catch signal is any signal 
by a player that does not meet the requirements of a 
valid signal. Penalty 5 yards. 

2-3-5: An illegal fair catch signal is a valid or 
invalid signal given by a player when a fair catch is 
not permissible by rule. Penalty 5 yards. 

2-5; 9-6: Delete crawling definition and penalty. 

2-29: Revised spearing definition as the 
intentional use of the helmet in an attemptto punish 
an opponent. 

3-1-2: Allows intermission between halves to be 
increased to 20 minutes upon proper notification. 

3-1-5: Added authority for officials to delay a 
game wheri weather conditions are hazardous. 

4-2-2e: Clarification: Ball becomes dead when a 
loose ball is simultaneously caught or recovered. 

6-4-1: 6-man football allow fair catch. 

7-3-2 Pen.: Loss of down added to penalty for 
illegal forward handing. 

9-1-5: Prohibits blocking the kicker of a free 
kick until he has advanced 5 yards beyond his free 
kick line or the kick has touched the ground or any 
other player. 

9-3-2a: Allows tripping of runner or pretended 
runner. 

Points of Emphasis: 

1. fVlovement of quarterback just prior to snap. 

2. Teammates pushing runner. 

3. Defensive team interferring with offensive team's 
signals. 



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Manual Changes: 

1. Completely revised signal chart. 

2. Field goal and extra point coverage \Ni\\ revert 
back to 1 979 mechanics except change from out- 
side 15-yard line to 10-yard line. 

3. Changed illegal substitution signal to be illegal 
procedure. 

4. Changed nonplayer foul signal to illegal pro- 
cedure. 



1981 BASEBALL 



Region 1 

District 1: Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman, 
Reidland, St. Mary 

District 2: Fancy Farm, Farmington, Lowes, Mayfield, 
Wingo, Symsonia 

District 3: Ballard Memorial, Carlisle Co., Fulton Co., 
Fulton, Hickman Co. 

Region 2 

District 4: Christian Co., Ft. Campbell, Hopklnsville, 
Trigg Co. 

District 5: Caldwell Co., Crittenden Co., Livingston 
Cent., Lyon Co. 

District 6: Marshall Co., Calloway Co., Murray 
Region 3 

District 7; Henderson Co., Providence, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

District 8: Dawson Springs, McLean Co., 
Madisonville-N. Hopkins, South Hopkins, West Hopkins. 

District 9: Apollo, Daviess Co., Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic 

Region 4 

District 10; Bremen, Central City, Drakesboro, 
Graham, Greenville, Hughes-Kirk, Muhlenburg Central 

District 1 1 : Breckinridge Co., Fordsville, Hancock Co., 
Ohio Co., St. Romuald, Frederick Fraize, Trinity (Whites- 
ville) 

District 12; Butler Co., Grayson Co., Edmonson Co. 
Region 5 

District 13: Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, Warren 
Central, Warren East 

District 14; Adairville, Auburn, Chandlers Chapel, 
Lewisburg, Olmstead, Potter, Russellville, Todd Co., 
Central 

District 15; Allen Co., Barren Co., Glasgow 

District 16; Clinton Co., Cumberland Co., Gamaliel, 
Metcalfe Co., Tompkinsville 

Region 6 

District 17; East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, 
Meade Co., North Hardin, West Hardin 

District 18: Adair Co., Campbellsville, Marion Co., 
Taylor Co. 

District 19: Bardstown, Bethelem, Bullitt Central, 
Bullitt East, Nelson Co., North Bullitt, Washington Co. 

District 20: Caverna, Green Co., Hart Co., LaRue Co. 
Region 7 

District 21: Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Western, Ninth & O 

District 22: DeSales, Iroquois, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson 

District 23: Doss, Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, Valley 

District 24: Central, Evangel, Shawnee 
Region 8 

District 25: duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier 

District 26; Ballard, Eastern, Waggener, Westport 



District 27: Durrett, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Marion C. Moore 

District 28; Atherton, Beth Haven, Ky. Country Day, 
Seneca, Trinity 

Region 9 

District 29: Boone Co., Conner, Dixie Heights, Lloyd 
Memorial, St. Henry, Simon-Kenton 

District 30: Bellevue, Dayton, Newport, Newport 
Catholic 

District 31; Bishop Brossart, Campbell Co., 
Highlands, Silver Grove, Scott 

District 32; Beechwood, Covington Catholic, Holmes, 
Holy Cross, Ludlow, Cov. Latin 
Region 10 

District 33; Grant Co., Pendleton Co., Walton Verona, 
Williamstown, Deming 

District 34; Carroll Co., Eminence, Gallatin Co., Henry 
Co., Owen Co., Trimble Co. 

District 35; Augusta, Bracken Co., Fleming Co., Lewis 
Co., Mason Co., Maysville, St. Patrick, Tollesboro 
Region 11 

District 36: Frankfort, Franklin Co., Scott Co. 

District 37: Bourbon Co., Harrison Co., M.M.I., 
Nicholas Co., Paris 

District 38; Oldham Co., Shelby Co., Taylorsville 

District 39; Anderson Co., Harrodsburg, Mercer Co., 
Woodford Co. 

Region 12 

District 40; Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Tates Creek 

District 41; Boyle Co., Danville, Garrard Co., 
Jessamine Co. 

District 42; Casey Co., Lincoln Co. 

District 43; Berea, Estill Co., Madison, Madison 
Central, Model 

Region 13 

District 44; Pulaski Co., Somerset. Russell Co. 

District 45; McCreary Co., Monticello, Wayne Co., 

District 46; Clay Co., Jackson Co., Laurel Co., Oneida 
Inst., Rockcastle Co. 

District 47: Barbourville, Bell Co., Corbin, Lone Jack, 
Lynn Camp, Middlesboro, Pineville, Knox Central, 
Williamsburg, Whitley Co. 

Region 14 

District 48: Breathitt Co., Cordia, Fleming Neon, 
Jenkins, Knott Co., Riverside Christian, Whitesburg 

District 49: Buckhorn, Combs Memorial, Leslie Co., 
M.C. Napier, Hazard 

District 50: Cawood, Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan, 
Lynch 

District 51; Hazel Green, Jackson, Lee Co., Owsley 
Co., Powell Co., Wolfe Co. 

Region 15 

District 52: Boyd Co., Holy Family, Lawrence Co., Paul 
Blazer 

District 53: Fairview, Greenup Co., Raceland, Russell 

District 54: George R. Clark, Menifee Co., Mont- 
gomery Co., Bath Co. 

District 55: East Carter, Elliott Co., Rowan Co., Univ. 
Breckinridge, West Carter 

Region 16 

District 56: Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, Johns 
Creek, Phelps 

District 57: Johnson Central, Morgan Co., Magoffin 
Co., Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

District 58; Betsy Layne, Allen Central, McDowell, 
Prestonsburg 

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1981 BOYS' GOLF REGIONS 



Murray Region — (Jim Peck, Marshall Co. H.S.) — Ballard 
Mem., Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian Co., 
Crittenden Co., Ft. Campbell, Fulton, Hickman Co., 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Marshall Co., Mayfield, Murray, 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, Todd Central, 
Trigg Co., University Heights 

Owensboro Region — (Ron Peyton, Owensboro H.S.) — 
Apollo, Breckinridge Co.. Central City, Daviess Co., 
Greenville, Hancock Co., Henderson Co., Madisonville- 
No. Hopkins, Meade Co, Ohio Co., Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, Providence, South Hopkins, Union 
Co., Webster Co. 

Bowling Green Region — (Denny Spillman, Bowling 
Green H.S.) — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling Green, 
Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Caverna, Clinton Co., East 
Hardin, Edmonson Co., Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, Franklin 
Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Grayson Co., Hart Co., 
LaRue Co., North Bullitt, North Hardin, Russellville, 
Tompkinsvllle, Warren East, Warren Central, West Hardin, 
West Jefferson Region — (Ed Mudd, 3512 Mildred Dr., 
Louisville) — Beth Haven, Bishop David, Butler, Central, 
DeSales, Doss, Evangel, Fairdale, Iroquois, Marion C. 
Moore, Pleasure R. Park, Shawnee, Southern, Stuart, 
Thomas Jefferson, Valley, Western 
East Jefferson Region — (Marty Donlon, St. Xavier H.S.) — 
Atherton, Ballard, duPont Manual, Durrett, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Ky. Country Day, Male, St. Xavier, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Westport 
Covington (Wheatley) Region — (Tom Sibley, Trimble Co. 
H.S.) — Beechwood, Boone Co., Carroll Co., Conner, 
Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie Heights, 
Gallatin Co., Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, 
Ludlow, Owen Co., St. Henry, Scott, Simon-Kenton, 
Trimble Co., Walton Verona 

Campbell Co. Region — (Jim Bain, Campbell Co. H.S.) — 
Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Campbell Co., Dayton, Fleming 
Co., Grant Co., Highlands, Lewis Co., Ludlow, Mason Co., 
Maysville, Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendleton Co., St. 
Patrick, Silver Grove, Williamstown 

Franltfort Region — (Gary Moore, Franklin Co. H.S.) — 
Bourbon Co., Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin Co., 
George R. Clark, Harrison Co., Henry Clay, Henry Co., 
Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Montgomery Co., Nicholas 
Co., Oldham Co., Paris, Sayre, Scott Co., Shelby Co., 
Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford Co. 
Wasfiington Co. Region — (Paul Rominger, Bardstown 
H.S.) — Adair Co., Anderson Co., Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Boyle Co., Burgin, Campbellsville, Casey Co., Danville, 
Garrard Co., Green Co., Harrodsburg, Jessamine Co., 
LaRue Co., Lincoln Co., Marion Co., Mercer Co., Nelson 
Co., Russell Co., Taylor Co , Washington Co. 
London Region — (Ray Vater, Laurel Co. H.S.) — Berea, 
Corbin, Cumberland, Estill Co., Harlan, Hazard, Knox 
Central, Laurel Co., Lee Co., Lynch, McCreary Cent., 
Madison Central, Middlesboro, Model, Monticello, 
Pineville, Pulaski Co., Somerset, Wayne Co., Williamsburg 
Paintsville Region — (Walter Brugh, Paintsville H.S.) — 
Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd Co., East Carter, Fairview, 
Greenup Co., Elkhorn City, Holy Family, Jenkins, Johnson 
Central, McDowell, Paintsville, Paul G. Blazer, Phelps, 
Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan Co., Russell, 
University Breckinridge 

State Manager: John Hackett, 830 McCullum Avenue, 
Elizabethtown, 42701. Co-ordinator: Ernie Denham, 3717 
Taylorsville Rd., #109, Louisville 40220. 



1981 GIRLS' GOLF REGIONS 

Princeton Region — (Al Giordano, Caldwell Co. H.S.) — 
Ballard Mem., Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Central City, 



Christian Co., Crittenden Co., Fort Campbell, Greenville, 
Henderson Co., Hickman Co., Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, 
Madisonville-No. Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, Ohio Co., 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

Bowling Green Region — (Bill Jones, Glasgow H.S.) — 
Allen Co., Apollo, Barren Co., Bowling Green, Caverna, 
Clinton Co., Daviess Co., Edmonson Co., Franklin-Sim., 
Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hart Co., Owensboro, Russellville, 
Tompkinsvllle, Warren Central, Warren East 
Louisville Region — (Matilda Walker, Ballard H.S.) — 
Atherton, Ballard, Butler, Central, Collegiate, Doss, 
duPont Manual, Durrett, Iroquois, Eastern, Ky. Country 
Day, Male, PI. Ridge Pk., Sacred Heart, Shawnee, 
Southern, Stuart, Thomas Jefferson, Valley, Waggener, 
Western, Westport 

Elizabethtown Region — (Pat Wise, Elizabethtown H.S.) — 
Adair Co., Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle Co., 
Breckinridge Co., Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Campbells- 
ville, Danville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, Green 
Co., Hancock Co., Harrodsburg, LaRue Co., Marion Co., 
Meade Co., Mercer Co., Nelson Co., North Hardin, Taylor 
Co., Washington Co., West Hardin 
Covington Region — (George Gartner, Scott H.S.) — 
Beechwood, Boone Co., Carroll Co., Campbell Co., 
Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Holmes, Holy 
Cross, Lloyd Mem., Oldham Co., Owen Co., Notre Dame, 
Scott, Silver Grove, Trimble Co., Villa Madonna, 
Williamstown 

Nictiolasville Region — (Lou Brown, Jessamine Co. H.S.) 
— Bryan Station, Estill Co., Frankfort, Franklin Co., 
George R. Clark, Henry Clay, Jessamine Co., Lafayette, 
Lex. Catholic, Paris, Scott Co., Shelby Co., Tates Creek, 
Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

Lincoln Co. Region — (Bill Leedy, Lincoln Co. H.S.) — 
Berea, Belfry, Casey Co., Cawood, Corbin, Cumberland, 
Garrard Co., Harlan, Jenkins, Knox Central, Laurel Co., 
Lee Co., Lincoln Co., Lynch, McCreary Cent., Madison 
Central, Model, Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski Co., Russell 
Co., Somerset, Wayne Co. 

Mason Co. Region — (Julie Kinney, Mason Co. H.S.) — 
Boyd Co., East Carter, Fleming Co., Harrison Co., Hazard, 
Johnson Cent., McDowell, Mason Co., Maysville, 
Montgomery Co., Nicholas Co., Paintsville, Paul Blazer, 
Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan Co., St. Patrick, 
University Breckinridge 

State Manager: Matilda Walker, Ballard H.S., 6000 
Brownsboro Rd., Louisville, Ky. 40222 



1981 BOYS' 
REGIONAL TENNIS 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Becky Watson, Christian Co. 
H.S.) 

Caldwell County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall County, 
Mayfield, Murray, Paducah Tilghman, Providence, St. 
Mary, University Heights, West Hopkins 

Bowling Green Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, Bowling 
Green H.S., Bowling Green) 

Allen County, Barren County, Bowling Green, 
Caverna, Cumberland County, Franklin Simpson, 
Glasgow, Hart County, Metcalfe County, Olmstead, 
Russellville, Tompkinsvllle, Warren Central, Warren East 

Daviess County Region — (Mgr. Ed Willen, Apollo 
H.S., Owensboro) 

Apollo, Bremen, Butler County, Central City, Daviess 
County, Greenville, Hancock County, Henderson County, 
McLean County, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Ohio 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Providence, 
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Ellzabethtown Region — (Mgr. David Rogers, Eliza- 
bethtown H.S., Ellzabethtown) 

Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge 
County, Bullitt Central, Campbellsville, East Hardin, 
Ellzabethtown, Fort Knox, Grayson County, Green 
County, Nelson County, North Hardin, LaRue County, 
Marion County, Meade County, Spencer County, Taylor 
County, Washington County. 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr. — Undecided) 
Immanual, Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown. Kentucky Country Day, Seneca, Trinity, 
Waggener, Westport. 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Joseph Kroh, St. 
Xavier H.S., Louisville) 

Central, DeSales, Durrett, Evangel, Male, Manual, 
Moore, Portland Christian, St. Xavier, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

West Jefferson Region — {Mgr. Richard Emery, Stuart 
H.S., Valley Station) 

Bishop David, Butler, Doss, Falrdale, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Ninth & O, Shawnee, Stuart, Valley, 
W/estern. 

Lexington Region — (Mgr. Bill Goodan, Henry Clay 
H.S., Lexington) 

Anderson County, Bracken County, Bourbon County, 
Bryan Station, Fleming County, Frankfort, Franklin 
County, Harrison County, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Mason County, Maysvllle, Mlllersburg 
Military Institute, Paris, St. Patrick, Sayre, Scott 
County, Shelby County, Tates Creek, V\/estern Hills, 
Woodford County. 

Richmond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns, Madison 
Central H.S., Richmond) 

Barbourville, Berea, Boyle County, Corbin, 
Cumberland, Danville, Deming, Estill County, Garrard 
County, George R. Clark, Harlan. Harrodsburg, Hazard, 
Knox Central, Laurel County, Leslie County, Lynch, 
Madison Central, MIddlesboro, Model, Oneida, PIneville, 
Pulaski County, St. Camillus, Somerset. 

Morehead Region — (Mgr. Liz Sadler, Montgomery 
CountyH.S., Mt. Sterling) 

Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, 
Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, Hazard, Knott County, Lawrence 
County, McDowell, Magoffin County, Montgomery 
County, Lewis County, Paintsvllle, Paul Blazer, PIkevllle, 
Prestonsburg, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, 
Phelps, University Breckinridge, Wolfe County. 

Fort Thomas Region — (Mgr. Jeff Frisch, Lloyd H.S., 
Erianger) 

Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone County, 
Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, Covington 
Latin, Covington Catholic, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin 
County, Grant County, Henry County, Highlands, Holmes, 
Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Oldham County, 
St. Henry, Scott, Silver Grove, Simon Kenton. 

1981 GIRLS REGIONAL TENNIS 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Becky Watson, Christian Co. 
H.S.) 

Caldwell County, Christian County, Fort Campbell, 
Hopkinsvllle, Lone Oak, Lyon County, Marshall County, 
Mayfleld, Murray, Paducah Tllghman, St. Mary, University 
Heights. 

Bowling Green Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, Bowling 
Green H.S., Bowling Green) 

Allen County, Auburn, Barren County, Bowling 



Green, Caverna, Cumberland County, Franklin Simpson, 
Gamaliel, Glasgow, Metcalfe County, Mt. St. Joseph, 
Russellvllle, Thompklnsvllle, Warren Central, Warren East, 
Olmstead, Hart County. 

Daviess County Region — (Mgr. Ed Willen) 

Apollo, Bremen, Butler County, Central City, Daviess 
County, Greenville, Henderson County, Hancock County, 
Madlsonvllle-North Hopkins, McLean County, Ohio 
County, South Hopkins, Owensboro, Owensboro 
Catholic, Providence, Trinity, Union County, Webster 
County, West Hopkins. 

Ellzabethtown Region — (Mgr. David Rogers, 
Ellzabethtown H.S., Ellzabethtown) 

Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, Breckinridge 
County, Campbellsville, East Hardin, Ellzabethtown, Fort 
Knox, Grayson County, LaRue County, Marlon County, 
Meade County, Bullitt Central, North Hardin, Spencer 
County, Taylor County, Washington County, Green 
County. 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr. — Undecided) 

Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Sacred Heart, 
Seneca, Waggener, Westport. 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr. — Undecided) 

Central, Collegiate, Durrett, Evangel, Male, Manual, 
Mercy Academy, Moore, Portland Christian, Presentation, 
Southern, Thomas Jefferson, Walden. 

West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Gerry Geiser) 
Ridge Park H.S., PRP) 

Angela Merlcl, Butler, Doss, Falrdale, Holy Rosary, 
Iroquois, Ninth & O, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, 
Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Fort Thomas Region — (Mgr. Jeff Frisch, Lloyd H.S., 
Erianger) 

Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone County, 
Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, Dayton, Dixie 
Heights, Gallatin County, Grant County, Henry County, 
Holmes, Highlands, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Notre Dame, Oldham County, Our Lady of Providence, St. 
Henry, Simon Kenton, Scott, Villa Madonna. 

Lexington Region — (Mgr. Bill Goodan, Henry Clay 
H.S., Lexington) 

Anderson County, Bracken County, Bourbon County, 
Bryan Station, Frankfort, Franklin County, Harrison 
County, Henry Clay, Fleming County, Lafayette, Lewis 
County, Lexington Catholic, Mason County, Paris, St. 
Patrick, Sayre, Scott County, Shelby County, Tates Creek, 
Western Hills, Woodford County, Maysvllle. 

Richmond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns, Madison 
Central H.S., Richmond) 

Barbourville, Berea, Boyle County, Corbin, Cum- 
berland, Danville, Estill County, Deming, Garrard 
County, George R. Clark, Harlan, Harrodsburg, Knox 
Central, Laurel County, Leslie County, Lynch, Madison 
Central, MIddlesboro, Model, Oneida, PIneville, Pulaski 
County, St. Camillus, Somerset. 

Morehead Region — (Mgr. Liz Sadler, Montgomery 
County H.S., Mt. Sterling) 

Hazard, McDowell, Montgomery County, Paintsvllle, 
Paul Blazer, Russell, Prestonsburg, University 
Breckinridge, Bath County, Elkhorn City, Lawrence 
County, Sheldon Clark, Rowan County, PIkevllle, 
Magoffin County, Wolfe County, Knott County, Boyd 
County, Betsy Layne, Buckhorn. 

State Managers — Girls — Margaret Sheegog, 2607y2 
Drayton Dr., Louisville. Boys — Joseph Kroh, St. Xavier 
H.S., 1609 Poplar Level Rd., Louisville. 



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ATTENTION— TRACK COACHES 

The State High School Track Meet all classes will be 
held on Saturday, May 23, 1981. at the University of 
Kentucky Sports Center in Lexington. The State Manager 
is John Gettler. The 1981 State Track Meet will be run in 
meters. 



1981 TRACK & FIELD 

REGIONAL MANAGERS 

(BOYS & GIRLS) 

CLASS A 

Calloway Co. — Jim Nix. Calloway Co. H.S., 2108 
College Farm Rd., Murray 42071 — 502/753-8141 

Edmonson Co. — Gerald Meredith, Edmonson Co. 
H.S., Brownsville 42210 — 502/597-2932 

Cov. Catholic —Jack Kaelin, Cov. Catholic H.S., 1600 
Dixie Hwy.. Covington 41011 — 606/431-5351 

Lexington — John Gettler, Dept. of Community 
Development, 248 E. Short St., Lexington 40507 — Bus. 
606/255-4302. Home 606/266-4801 

Bardstown — Tom Williams, Bardstown H.S., 400 N. 
5th, Bardstown 40004 — 502/348-5913 

Somerset — Jeff Littrell, Somerset H.S., College St., 
Somerset 42501 — 606/678-4721 

Hazard — Colin Cox, Hazard H.S., Box 5007, Hazard 
41701 —606/436-3711 

Nicholas Co. — Ben Pumphrey, Nicholas Co. H.S., 
School Dr., Carlisle 40311 — 606/289-7111 

CLASS AA 

Calloway Co. — Jim Nix, Calloway Co. H.S., 2108 
College Farm Rd., Murray 42071 — 502/753-8141 

Glasgow — Charles Groves, Glasgow H.S.. Columbia 
Ave., Glasgow 42141 — 502/651-8801 

Cov. Catholic — Jack Kaelin. Cov. Catholic H.S., 1600 
Dixie Hwy, Covington 41011 — 606/431-5351 

Somerset — Jeff Littrell, Somerset H.S., College St., 
Somerset 42501 — 606/678-4721 

North Bullitt — Robert Wagoner, North Bullitt H.S., Rt. 
4, Shepherdsville 40165 — 502/957-2186 

Bourbon Co. — Duane Stewart, Bourbon Co. H.S.. 1 1 8 
East 9th St.. Paris 40361 — 606/987-2550 

Morehead — Rex Miller, Ashland City Schools, 1400 
Central Ave., Ashland 41101 — 606/329-9777, ext. 206 

Clay Co. — Terry Wilson, Clay Co. H.S., 239 
Richmond Rd., Manchester 40962 — 606/598-3737 

CLASS AAA 

Daviess Co. — Mickey Walker. Daviess Co. H.S., 4255 
New Hartford Rd., Owensboro 42301 — 502/684-5285 

Bullitt Central — Bill Ranney, Bullitt Central H.S., Box 
338, Shepherdsville 40165 — 502/543-7021 

duPont Manual — Paul Gering. duPont Manual H.S., 
120 W. Lee St.. Louisville 40208 — 502/636-1441 (Site — 
University of Louisville) 

Stuart — Alice Brutscher, Western H.S.. 2501 
Rockford Ln.. Shively 40216 — 502/447-3221 

Ballard — Sue Fetter and Jim Reuther, Ballard H.S., 
6000 Brownsboro Rd., Louisville 40222 — 502/425-5076 

Moore — Jim Watkins, Southern H.S., 8620 Preston 
Hwy. Louisville 40219 — 502/969-1331 (Site — Moore 
H.S.) 

Boone Co. — Owen Hauck, Boone Co. H.S., Price Rd., 
Florence 41042 — 606/283-2795 

Lexington — \John Gettler, Dept. of Community 
Development, 248 E. Short St.. Lexington 40507 — Bus. 
606/255-4302, Home 606/266-4801 



1981 TRACK & FIELD 

SECTIONAL MANAGERS 

(BOYS & GIRLS) 

CLASS A 

Section I, Edmonson County & Calloway, Daviess Co. 
H.S., Mickey Walker 

Section II, Bardstown & Somerset, Eastern Kentucky 
University, Jeff Littrell 

Section III, Cov. Catholic & Lexington, University of 
Kentucky, John Gettler 

Section IV, Nicholas Co. & Hazard; Clay County H.S., 
Terry Wilson 

CLASS AA 

Section I, Calloway Co. & Glasgow, Daviess Co. H.S., 
Mickey Walker 

Section II, North Bullitt & Somerset, Eastern Kentucky 
University, Jeff Littrell 

Section III, Cov. Catholic & Bourbon Co., University of 
Kentucky, John Gettler 

Section IV, Morehead & Clay Co., Clay Co. H.S., Terry 
Wilson 

CLASS AAA 

Section I, Daviess Co., & Bullitt Central, Daviess Co. 
H.S., Mickey Walker 

Section II, duPont Manual & Stuart, Stuart H.S., Tom 
Cain 

Section III, Moore & Ballard, Ballard H.S., Jim Reuther 
and Sue Fetter 

Section IV, Boone Co & Lexington, University of 
Kentucky, John Gettler 

TRACK CLASS A GIRLS 

Calloway County Region — Ballard Memorial, Carlisle 
County, Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, Heath, 
Hickman County, Livingston Central, Murray, Providence, 
St. Mary, South Hopkins, Trigg County, University 
Heights, West Hopkins. 

Edmonson County Region —Auburn, Butler County, 
Caverna, Edmonson County, Frederick Fraize, Gamaliel, 
Hancock County, Central City, Hart County, Lewisburg, 
Mt. St. Joseph, McLean County, Olmstead, Potter, 
Russellville, Todd County, Tompkinsville, Trinity (Whites- 
ville) 

Covington Catholic Region — Augusta, Bellevue, 
Bishop Brossart, Carroll County, Dayton, Gallatin County, 
Grant County, Henry County, Holy Cross, Ludlow, Owen 
County, St. Henry, Villa Madonna, Walton Verona. 

Lexington Region — Anderson County, Burgin, 
Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, Mercer 
County, Model, Paris, Sayre. 

Bardstown Region — Bardstown, Beth Haven, 
Bethlehem, Campbellsville, Clinton County, Eastwood 
Educ. Center, Evangel, Fort Knox, Green County, 
Kentucky Country Day, Ky. School f/t Blind, Ninth & O, 
Metcalfe County, Portland Christian. 

Somerset Region — Berea, Corbin, Jackson County, 
Ky. School f/t Deaf, Madison, Monticello, Pineville, St. 
Camillus, Somerset, Williamsburg. 

Hazard Region — Buckhorn, Evarts, Fleming-Neon, 
Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee County, Lynch, M.C. Napier, 
Oneida Baptist, Paintsville, Phelps, Pikeville, Riverside 
Christian, Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe County. 

Nicholas County Region — Bath County, Elliott 
County, Fairview, Hazel Green, Holy Family, JohnsCreek, 
Lewis County, Menifee County, Morgan County, Nicholas 
County, Raceland, University Breckinridge. 



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Section I — Edmonson County and Calloway Co. 
Regions, Site: Daviess County High School. 

Section II — Bardstown and Somerset Regions, Site: 
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond. 

Section III — Covington Catholic and Lexington 
Regions, Site: Lexington (Un. of Ky. ) 

Section IV — Nicholas County and Hazard Regions, 
Site: Clay County High School. 



TRACK CLASS A BOYS 

Calloway County Region — Ballard Memorial, Carlisle 
County, Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, Fulton, Heath, 
Hickman County, Livingston Central, Murray, Providence. 
South Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg County, University 
Heights, West Hopkins. 

Edmonson County Region — Butler County, Caverna, 
Central City, Drakesboro, Edmonson County, Gamaliel, 
Hancock County, Hart County, Lewisburg, McLean 
County, Olmstead, Russellville, Todd County, Tomp- 
kinsville. Trinity (Whitesville) 

Covington Catholic Region — Augusta, Bellevue, 
Bishop Brossart, Carroll County, Covington Latin, Dayton, 
Gallatin County, Grant County, Henry County, Holy 
Cross, Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry, Walton Verona. 

Lexington Region - Anderson County, Burgin, 
Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Jackson County, Lexington 
Catholic, Mercer County, Model, Paris, Sayre. 

Bardstown Region — Bardstown, Beth Haven, 
Bethlehem, Campbellsville, Clinton County, Evangel, Fort 
Knox, Green County, Kentucky Country Day, Ky. School 
f/t Blind, Metcalfe County, Portland Christian. 

Somerset Region — Berea, Corbin, Garrard County, 
Ky. School f/t Deaf, Madison, Monticello, Pineville, St. 
Camillus, Somerset, Williamsburg. 

Hazard Region — Betsy Layne, Buckhorn, Elkhorn 
City, Evarts, Fleming-Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee 
County, Lynch, M.C. Napier, Oneida, Paintsville, Pikeville, 
Phelps, Riverside Christian, Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe 
County. 

Nicholas County Region — Bath County, Elliott 
Couhty, Fairview, Hazel Green, Holy Family, Johns Creek, 
Lewis County, Magoffin County, Menifee County, Morgan 
County, Mullins, Nicholas County, Raceland, University 
Breckinridge. 

Section I — Edmonson County and Calloway County 
Regions, Site: Daviess County High School. 

Section II — Bardstown and Somerset Regions, Site: 
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond 

Section III — Covington Catholic and Lexington 
Regions, Site: Lexington (Un. of Ky.). 

Section IV — Nicholas County and Hazard Regions, 
Site: Clay County High School. 



TRACK CLASS AA BOYS 

Calloway County Region — Calloway County, Lone 
Oak, Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union 
County, Webster County. 

Glasgow Region — Adair County, Allen County 
Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Ohio 
County, Warren East. 

Covington Catholic Region — Conner, Covington 
Catholic, Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 
Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendleton County, Scott, 
Simon Kenton. 

Somerset Region — Boyle County, Danville, Lincoln 
County, Pulaski County. 



North Bullitt Region — Breckinridge County, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Grayson County, LaRue County, 
Meade County, North Bullitt, Taylor County, Washington 
County, West Hardin. 

Bourbon County Region — Bourbon County, Estill 
County, Harrison County, Jessamine County, Montgom- 
ery County, Scott County, Woodford County, Franklin 
County, Western Hills 

Morehead Region — East Carter, Fleming County, 
Johnson Central, Lawrence County, Mason County, 
Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter. 

Clay County Region — Belfry, Bell County, Breathitt 
County, Cawood, Clay County, Knott County Central, 
Knox Central, Leslie County, Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, 
Whitesburg, Whitley County. 

Section I — Calloway County and Warren East 
Regions, Site: Daviess County High School. 

Section II — Bardstown and Somerset Regions, Site: 
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond. 

Section III — Covington Catholic and Bourbon 
County Regions, Site: Lexington (Un. of Ky.). 

Section IV — Morehead and Clay County Regions, 
Site: Clay County High School. 



TRACK CLASS AA GIRLS 

Calloway Region — Callaway County, Lone Oak, 
Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union County, 
Webster County. 

Glasgow Region — Adair County, Allen County, 
Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, Glasgow, Ohio 
County, Warren East. 

Covington Catholic Region — Conner, Dixie Heights, 
Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Our Lady of 
Providence, Scott, Simon Kenton. 

Somerset Region — Boyle County, Danville, Lincoln 
County, McCreary County, Pulaski County, Russell 
County. 

North Bullitt Region — Breckinridge County, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Grayson County, LaRue County, 
Meade County, North Bullitt, Taylor County, Washington 
County, West Hardin. 

Bourbon County Region — Bourbon County, Estill 
County, Franklin County, Harrison County, Jessamine 
County, Montgomery County, Scott County, Western 
Hills, Woodford County. 

Morehead Region — East Carter, Fleming County, 
Johnson Central, Lawrence County, Mason County, 
Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter. 

Clay County Region — Belfry, Bell County, Breathitt 
County, Cawood, Clay County, Knott County, Central, 
Knox Central, Leslie County, Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, 
Whitesburg, Whitley County. 

Section I — Calloway County and Glasgow Regions, 
Site: Daviess County High School. 

Section II — North Bullitt and Somerset Regions, Site: 
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond 

Section III — Covington Catholic and Bourbon 
County Regions, Site: Lexington (Un. of Ky.). 

Section IV — Morehead and Clay County Regions, 
Site: Clay County High School. 



TRACK BOYS CLASS AAA 



Daviess County Region — Apollo, Christian County, 
Daviess County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. 

Bullitt Central Region — Bowling Green, Bullitt 



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Central, Marion County, Nelson County, North Hardin, 
Oldham County, Shelby County, Warren Central. 

duPont Manual Region — Atherton, Butler, Central, 
duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier, Shawnee. 

Stuart Region — Bishop David, Doss, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Ballard Region — Ballard, Eastern, Jefferson town, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Westport. 

Marion C. Moore Region — DeSaies, Durrett, Fairdale, 
Fern Creek, Marion C. Moore, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

Boone County Region — Boone County, Bryan 
Station, Campbell County, Henry Clay, Holmes, Laurel 
County. 

Lexington Region — Blazer, Boyd County, Greenup 
County, Lafayette, Madison Central, Tates Creek, Clark 
County. 

Section I — Daviess County and Bullitt Central 
Regions, Site: Daviess County High School. 

Section 11 — duPont Manual and Stuart Regions, Site: 
Stuart High School. 

Section III — Moore and Ballard Regions, Site: Ballard 
High School. 

Section IV — Lexington and Boone County Regions, 
Site: .Lexington (Un. of Ky.). 



TRACK GIRLS CLASS AAA 

Daviess County Region — Apollo, Daviess County, 
Christian County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville-N. Hopkins, Marshall County, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic. 

Bullitt Central Region — Bowling Green, Bullitt 
Central, Marion County, Nelson County, North Hardin, 
Oldham County, Shelby County, Warren Central. 

duPont Manual Region — Assumption, Atherton, 
Butler, Central, duPont Manual, Male, Shawnee. 

Stuart Region — Angelia Merici, Doss, Iroquois, 
Mercy, Pleasure Ridge Park, Stuart, Valley, Western. 

Ballard Region — Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Presentation, Sacred Heart, Seneca, Waggener, Westport. 

Marion C. Moore Region — Fairdale, Fern Creek, 
Durrett, Holy Rosary, Marion C. Moore, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

Boone County Region — Boone County, Bryan 
Station, Campbell County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, 
Holmes, Laurel County, Notre Dame. 

Lexington Region — Blazer, Boyd County, Clark 
County, Greenup County, Lafayette, Madison Central, 
Tates Creek. 

Section I — Daviess County and Bullitt Central 
Regions, Site: Daviess County High School. 

Section II — duPont Manual and Stuart Regions, Site: 
Stuart High School. 

Section III — Moore and Ballard Regions, Site: Ballard 
High School. 

Section IV — Lexington and Boone County Regions, 
Site: Lexington (Un. of Ky.). 



RATINGS ON FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on football 
officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 1980-81. 
Western Ky. Conference 

McGinty, L.V.-98; Gour, B-97; Durden, John-95; 
Colley, Lyn-93; Ledford, Tom-93; Bernardini, Bruno-92; 
Waide, Harry-92; Hamm, Mike-91; Kinslow, Bill-91; 
Norwood, Tom-91; Simpson, F.D.-91; Wedge, Denny-91; 
Carr, Bill-90; Lowe, Stan-90; Perrin, Jim-90; Thomas, Ray- 
90; Wilder, Jerry-90; Carlson, David-89; Henderson, 
Chuck-89; Hillyer, Chuck-89; Meador, Bill-89; Meyers, 



Jim-89; Quehl, Bud-89; Rascoe, Bob-89; Saylors, Carlee- 
89; Schilling, Don-89; Lile, Clyde-88; Burkeen, Phil-87; 
Gober, John-87; Green, Don-87; Osting, Doug-87; 
Schmitt, A.J.-87; Ward, Tom-87; Goble, Ken-86; Zirkle, 
Ron-86; Chaffin, John-85; Treas, Joe-85; Landers, John- 
84; Purcell, Ken-84; Jones, J.B.-83; Pate, Lloyd-83; 
Thomas, Lyn-83; Shelley, Hugh-82; Meloan, Ross-81; 
Cheponis, George-77; Naberezny, Paul-77; Clemson, 
Chris-75; Tuetele, Mat-73; 

Big Eight Conference 

Long, James-97; Russell, Gary-95; Jackson, Ed-94; 
Martin, Paul-94; Bullock, Doug-93; Luckett, Paul-93; Hill, 
Jim-92; Long, Scottie-92; Nash, Ricky-92; Clements, 
William-91; Etiene, Don-91; Murdock, Les-91; Thomson, 
Cecil-91; Wade, Bill-91; Nelson, Bob-91 ; Bartlett, C.W.-90; 
Estes, Walter-90; Frazier, Tom-90; Futtrell, Keith-90; 
Kirkland, Drew-90; McDaniel, James-90; Sutton, Jim-90; 
Zogg, Joe-90; Blemker, Ray-89; Luckett-89; Gates, Ricky- 
88; Wetzel, Ralph-88; Cartmill, Randy-88; Shields, Dave- 
88; Burton, Jim-87; Clark, Sidney, 111-85; Jones, Spurgeon- 
85; Tandy, Sam-85; Allen, James-84; Clayton, Noll-84; 
Wells, Ron-84; 

Mid Kentucky Conference 

Moore, Phillip H.; Morse, Richard K.; Harris, David L.; 
McClure, Tom; Brauch, Charles J.; Austin, Dwight L.; 
Downs, Joe; Matheney; Lynch, Lester; Crutcher, John N.; 
Hawkins, Donald H.; McKinney, Adelle F.; Moosman, John 
A.; Strain, Richard P.; Bauman, Lawrence C; Ewing, 
Roger; Winfrey, William Steve; Trabue, Robert D.; Roberts, 

FILMS, Cont. from Inside Front Cover 

American League by 6-5. A crowd of over 47,000 saw Willie 
Mays hit the first pitch of the game for a home run. 
(KHSAA). 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1966, j-s-c-a, ^'/^ reels, 
color, $1.00. 

The greats of the National League battle the stars of 
the American League in the new 26 million dollar Busch 
Stadium at St. Louis. The National Leaguewon the game in 
the tenth inning as Tim McCarver scored on a single by 
Maury Wills. Close-ups of the stars are shown as they 
warm up for each game. (KHSAA). 

BASEBALL ALL-STAR GAME OF 1967, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, 
color, $1.00. 

The National and American League All-Star Game 
was played in the new Anaheim Stadium, home of the 
California Angels. The Phillies' Richie Allen homered in 
the first inning and Frank Robinson of Baltimore tied the 
score in the second. In the fifteenth inning Tony Perez of 
Cincinnati brokethe tie and won the game for the National 
League by hitting a home run. (KHSAA). 

BASEBALL HALL OF FAME, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels, color, $1 .00. 
This film shows the annual meeting at Cooperstown, 
N.Y. when new names are added to the Hall of Fame list. 
Numerous stars of the past return to the shrine each year at 
this time and are shown as their feats on the diamond are 
related. The history of Cooperstown and the purpose of 
the Hall of Fame are explained in the picture. 

BASEBALL TODAY, 16 mm, 28 minute sound, color (or 
black & white). 

Special visual effects and interesting play situations 
aid the player, coach and umpire in gaining a better 
understanding of the rules. Baseball fans will also find this 
excellent teaching film will add a great deal to their 
appreciation and enjoyment of the great American 
pastime, baseball. This picture was produced under the 
direction of the Nat'l. Fed. of State High School 
Associations and approved by the Nat'l. Fed. Baseball 
Rules Committee. 



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James; Bottles, Donald; Aldridge, James R.; Tinsley, Joe 
D.; Schultz, Frank D.; Crutcher, James M.; Crutcher, Paul 
Barney, Greagory R.; Corbett, John Byrorv; Roby, James 
B.; Janes, Charles W.; Sims, Russell A.; Purwin, John C. 
Tucker, Charles; Wade, Charles; Puckett, Robert; Reams 
Frank; Hunter, Harold; Fraley, Charles; Dupin, Jackie 
Davis, Tommy; Morse, Russell E.; Stikeleather, Clyde: 
Strain, Andrew J.; Hatfield, James; Riley, Jeffrey; Smith 
James Bev; Medley, Frank; Garrett, Bland III; Baley, Buddy 
F.; Burgess, Blair; Sweckard, Paul D.; Howard, Robert E. 
Bryan, Frank D.; Duvall, Robert L.; Henry, William B. 
Williams, James A.; Wallace, Kevin M.; Riley, Tim R. 
Breegle, Bruce M.; Gann, Ronnie W,; Davis, Mark; Taylor, 
Julian; Branstetter, Elwood; Larimore, Steve; Molohon, 
Rick; Cross, Hugh W.; Dever, Wilford; Hawkins, Stewart 
lannazzi, Domenic; Riley, Tim; Melton, Jerome Skip: 
Holland, Tom; Crittenden, Fred M.; Welton, Donald L. 
Yancey, Henry L.; Ash, Mikie L.; Dodson, Anthony 
Gunning, Michael W.; Molohon, Rick; Epiey, John H.; Ives 
Rick D.; Claywell, Sam R.; Barnhill, Carl E.; 
Kentucklana Conference 
Gentry, Dale-98; Dewees, Bill-97; Cline, Nick-96; 
Denton, Bill-96; Griffin, Lynn-96; Wilson, James-96; 
Graas, Fritz-95; Parker, Bob-95; Streicher, Rich-95; 
Backert, Tony-94; Gutterman-94; Klusman, Carl Jr.-94; 
Metzger, Don-94; Stovall, Ken-94; DeSensi, Chick-93; 
Furlong, Bill-93; Nelligan, Mike-93; Stuedle, Ray-93; 
Leahy, Pat-92; McGrath, Bob-92; Passafiume, John-92; 
Doyle, Dan-91; Small, Dave-91; Sohan, John-91; Jensen, 
Ed-90; Jones, Paul-90; Lillie, Wes-90; Weber, Tom-90; 
Wuertz, John-90; Greenwell, Bob-89; Hancock, Norb-89; 
McNay, Jim-89; Mercker, George-89; Potts, Ray-89; Spath, 
Bill-89; Hammock,Don-88; Russ, Chuck-88; Ress, Gary- 
87; Gryrear, Bill-86; Hunter, James-86; McGrath, John-86; 
Osting, Jim-86; VanBogaert, Steve-86; Hackett, Wilbur Sr- 
85; Helton, Les-85; Minta, John-85; Horsman, Bill-84; 
Timmering, George-84; Breeden, Alan-83; Turley, 
Howard-83; Bell, Clarence-82; Fenimore, Clarke-82; Allen, 
James-81; Mayer, Ed-81; Morris, Larry-81; Pitstick, Jeff- 
81; Shreve, Tim-81; Bell, Ronald-80; Johnson, Rae-80; 
Baldwin, Dennis-79; Brummett, Don-79; Lambert, lrvin-79; 
Finck, Dennis-78; Meiman, John-78; Downs, Gil-77; 
Holzknecht, Tom-75; Hagan, Mike-74; Allison, Richard-73; 
Coleman, Louis-73; Emmons, Guy-72; Jeffries. Dave-72; 
Owens, Lamarce-72; Cox, Bob-79; Ishmael, Steve-70; 
Tharpe, Willie-69; Sellinger, Bob-67; Kuster, Tom-65; 
Dunagan, Ed-63; Friedman, Charles-63; Stettenbenz, 
Larry-51; 

Northern Kentucky Conference 

Moore, Bud-94; Gelbke, Gil-92; Peeno, Harry-92 
Read, Rick-90; Drake, Dick-90; Liggett, Ernie-90; Kemen 
Jerry-89; Simms, Clarence-89; Young, Bill-88; Carr, Larry- 
87; Rouse, Tom-87; Vaughn, BIII-87; Wright, Howard-87 
Thompson, Tom-86; Swope, James-87; Moore, Bob-86; 
Conlin, Marty-85; Collins, Ron-84; Purcell, Mike-84 
Westhoff, Greg-83; Staton, Frank-83; Fuchs, Charles-83 
Bosse, Raymond-83; Blackford, Bob-82; Barth, Don-82; 
Morris, Edward-82; Delaney, William-81; Lynn, Donald-81 
Donoghue, Terry-81; Sesher, Jim-80; Gumble, Art-79; 
Elkin, Larry-78; Kanarek, Robert-77; Towe, Paul-77 
Kammerer, Ken-76; Thompson, Neil-73; Bradford, Bob-73; 
Uriage, Dick-71; Hoffman, Thomas-71; Wells, Glen-70; 
Keller, Terry-67; Bond, Terry-64; Frank, Joe-63; Trapp, 
Chuck-61; Zimmer, Tom-71; Stuttler, Joe-58; Brady, Dan- 
57; 

Central Kentucky Conference 

PIttman, S.-97; Jacoby, B.-97; Lusby, G.-97; Brown, 
H.-96; Wright, J.-96; Tate, K.-95; Day, R.-95; Hall, C.-95; 
Staley, J.-95; Linkes, C.-95; Current, R.-95; Current, B.-95; 
Mason, W.-94; Yates, G.-94; McGowan, J.-94; Wood, W.- 
94; Moody, B.-94; Ransdell, J-93; Oser, L.-93; Poole, G.-93; 
Duff, W.-93; Durham, T.-92; Couch, B.-92; South, S.-92; 
Vandermale, J.-92; McFadden, J.-92; Fish, G.-91 ; Bramble, 



J.-91; Fay, J. -91; Clemmons, S.-91; Smith, R.-91; Tipton, 
R.-91; Amerman, B.-91; Swinford, J.-91; Gilliam, R.-91; 
Bransom, B.-91; Gfell, G.-91; Satterly, G.-90; Gorham, 
B.-90; Giles, F.-90; Hadden, N.-90; Gastineau. J.-90; 
Batterton, K.-89; Barnott, J.-89; Craft, A.B.-89; Shreve, R.- 
88; Wright, J.D.-88; Pugh, B.-88; Scott, B.-88; Lentry, R.- 
88; Graham, J. -87; Osborne, T.-87; Owens, M-87; KInnard, 
B.-87; Eldridge, W.-86; Stumbo, J.-86; Bozarth, P.-86; 
Foster, B.-86; Rawdon, R.-86; Lindon, B.-85; Turner, C.-85; 
Farmer, G.-85; Melson, B.-85; Gettler, J.-85; Maupin, R.-84; 
Thompson, H.-84; Thompson, J.-84; Corneilson, M.-84; 
Ewen, G.-83; Watson, J.-83; McCray, C.-83; Wyatt, H.-83; 
Morris, S.-82; Straus, B.-82; Dickens, B.-81; Reece, J.-81; 
Owens, P.-81; Johnson, R.-81; Moody, J.-80; Brock, J.-80; 
McClure, J. -80; Carmichael, S.-80; Dyehouse, J. -79; 
McCormIck, D.-79; Garcia, C.-78; Elovitz, C.-75; Wanchic, 
N.-74; Clark, J.-71 ; Barbour, R.-71 ; Brown, J.-71 ; Paiko, E.- 
68; Easley, D.-67; Clark, 0.-61; Angelucci, A.-59; Lawson, 
L.-58; 

Thirteentti Region Conference 

Powers, Elmer-92; Seivy, Curt-92; Pietrowski, Paul-92; 
Tye, Josh-91; Page, Jim-90; Black, Brud-90; Evans, Alvin- 
90; Cook, Chandler-90; Hammons, George-90; Jeffers, 
Steve-90; Lawson, Don-90; Noonan, Rob-90; Anders, 
Raleigh-89; Morgan, Richard-88; Brown, Wendell-88; 
Houchens, Tom-87; Kirklin, Luther-87; Howard, Jim-87; 
Head, Leon-87; Reynolds, Elmer-87; Guy, N.S.-87; Kersey, 
Andy-86; Burgan, Eric-86; Henson, Paul-86; Head, Chuck- 
86; Pace, Kevin-86; Onkst, Allen-87; Idol, Billy J.-85; 
Barrett, Richard-85; Baird, James-85; Coppinger, Allen- 
85; Rains, Paul-84; Lee, Charles-84; Croley, Jerry-84; 
Bunch, Lawrence-84; 

Fourteentli Region Conference 

Sizemore, Aster-95; Jones, Denver-94; Barker, 
Norman-91; Davidson, Harlan-91; Kirk, Charles-91; 
Barker, David-90; Brewer, Jerry-89; Sword, Russ-88; 
Feltner, Dan-87; Brewer, Lloyd-85; Kirk, Jerry-85; Combs, 
lra-83; Combs, Harold-81; Williams, Buford-79; Haddix, 
Dan-76; Walker, Earnest-73; Simpson, O.J. -72; Cox, Mike- 
67; Cecil, Roger-65; Tackett, George-63; 

Fifteenth Region Conference 

Bogar, Joseph Darrell-98; Clusky, Joe-98; Hopson 
James-98; Mickey, Elbert-98; Moore, William Kelly-98 
Runyon, Tommy Dean-98; Seavers, Joe-98; Willis 
Donald-98; Bottoms, William-96; Ferrell, Ronnie-96 
Rosen, Bill-96; Merritt, Donnie-95; Gattuso, James F.-94 
Hatfield, Paul-94; Leslie, Bennett-94; Leslie, Jerry-94; 
Looney, James 0.-94; Owens, Paul-93; Fliehman, John- 
91; 

North Eastern Kentucky Region 

Rapp, Bill-97; Swarts, Joe-95; Davis, Ralph-95 
Heaberlin, Bill Sr.-95; Thomas, Paul-94; James, Gene-92; 
Heaberlin, Bob-92; Gammon, Bill-92; Johnson, Bob-92: 
Heaberlin, Bill Jr.-90; Boyles; Jerry-90; Burgess, Oley-90 
Arthur, Paul-90; Simpson, James-90; Menshouse, Larry- 
90; Johnson, Larry-89; Buckley, Robert-89; Bocook, Earl- 
89; Shire, James-89; Kouns, Robert-89; Russell, Allen-89 
Pinkerman, Charles-88; Conley, J.B.-88; Gilkerson, Pat- 
87; Logan, Mike-87; Dickison, Steve-86; Short, Bill-86 
Pinson, Paul-85; Lynch, David-85; Nethercutt, BIII-85 
White, John-85; McGarey, Paul-84; Graham, James-84 
Wheeling, Ron-84; Evans, Ronnie-84; Rapp, Tim-83 
Godbey, Tom-83; McNeil, David-83; Riffe, Gary-81; Wells 
Ted-80; Gillum, James-79; 



REGISTERED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

(Continued from February ATHLETE) 

Vories, Richard — 39-E Kimberly, Ft. Thomas 41075 — 606/781- 

1391; 513/771-6040 
Vories, Gary W. — 10 Goetz Dr., Cold Spring 41076 — 441-0540; 

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Vories, Kent — 110 Park Ave., Newport 41071 — 291-0617; 242- 

3312 
Wade, Charles O. — 453-A Eighth Ave., Ft. Knox 40121 — 502/624- 

7193:624-6525 
Wade, Kent — 358 Bob-o-Link Dr., Lexington 40503 — 276-4118; 

255-0835 
Wade, Sharon A. — 123 Barberry, Bardstoviin 40004 — 348-2335; 

692-2256 
Wagoner, James A. — 16 Charter Oaks Dr., Louisville 40222 — 426- 

5734; 222-9461 
Walker, Joe D. — 508 East Cedar, Franklin 42134 — 586-8457; 586- 

4236 
Walker, Keith L. — 110 Forsythe St., Harrodsburg 40330 — 606/ 

734-2759; 502/839-6984 
Walker, Landon III — Rt. 3, Adairville 42202 — 539-6473 
Wallen, Wendell L. — Box 264, Allen 41601 - 606/874-9985; 874- 

2512 
Wallenfelsz. David E. — Box 453, Flatw/oods 41139 — 606/836- 

5422; 836-9650 
Walton, Roy G. — 616 Galaxie Dr., Lexington 40502 — 266-5348; 

272-1611 
Washington, Darryl G. — Box 274, Evarts 40828 — 837-2189 
Wasson, Billy Joe — 121 Southern Court, Winchester 40391 —744- 

2498; 232-3754 
Weber, Thomas C. — 5809 Brandywyne Ct , Louisville 40291 — 

502/239-5066; 426-1948 
Webster, Norman E. — Box 448, Morgantown 42261 — 502/526- 

3997 
Weinel, Timothy W. — 9358 Cardinal Ct., Blue Ash 45242 — 793- 

5444; 241-4554 
Weiner, Richard A. — 720 John's Hill Rd., Highland Hts. 41076 — 

441-8462; 761-4130 
Westerman, Carol G. — 12 River Hill Rd., Louisville 40207 — 502/ 

895-1055; 896-4838 
Weyer, James G — 42 Scenic View Dr , Ft. Thomas 41075 — 781- 

2220; 292-3051 
Wheeler, Milton L — Rt. 1, Bradfordsville 40009 -692-2876:606/ 

336-7764 
Whitaker, Charles W. — St Rt. 1 Box 122, Jackson 41339 — 666- 

2101; 666-4071 
White, David A— 1180 Pepper Dr., Madisonville42431 —502/821- 

6484; 821-0435 
White, William L — Rt. 5 Box 483, Manchester 40962 — 598-6382; 

598-2194 
Whitmer, Phillip W. - Rt. 1, Providence 42450 — 667-5734; 821- 

1600 
Whitlaker, Wallace E. —713 Gordon Ave., Bowling Green 42101 — 

781-2029 
Wibbels, Jerry — 3016 Eagle Pass, Louisville 40217 — 637-8895; 

459-5990 
Willett, Joseph L. — Rt. 1, Hickory 42051 — 623-8070; 623-8251 
Williams, Bobby G. — Sonora 42776 — 369-7050; 862-3003 
Williams, Donald L. — Rt. 7 Box F-17, Shelbyville 40065 — 633- 

3860; 845-2888 
Williams, Gary L. — 212 Hillview Dr. Glenview Est., Shelbyville 

40065 — 502/633-6029; 897-9481 
Williams, Gregory M. — Rt. 2 Box 25-A, South Fulton TN 42041 — 

479-3866; 472-2358 
Williams, James A — 112 Green St., Horse Cave 42749 — 502/786- 

2867; 758-2214 X-35 
Williams, Richard D. — Rt. 1, Bonnieville 42713 — 531-3501; 737- 

5636 
Williams, Roger — 404 Bond St., Richmond 40475 — 623-31 26; 623- 

2416 
Williams, Terry L. —2019 Blvd. Napoleon, Louisville 40205 — 502/ 

459-6136; 587-5769 
Wilson, Dan — Rt. 1, King's Mountain 40442 — 606/379-6361 
Wilson, Freddie W. — 114 Shelby St., Barbourville 40906 — 546- 

4065; 606/546-3176 
Wilson, Kenneth H. — Box 114, Livermore 42352 — 278-5187; 

278-2327 
Wilson, Paul A. — Irvington 40146 — 547-6655; 547-2971 
Wilson, Plomer C. Jr — Rt. 4 Box 45 M-R. Shelbyville 40065 — 633- 

5366; 477-2201 
Wilson, Rhonda — Rt. 4 Box 426, London 40741 — 606/878-0471; 

549-1571 
Winfrey,W. Shelby — 315 Sharon Dr., Campbellsvllle42718 — 465- 

8392; 465-5502 
Witt, Robert Earl — Rt. 1 Goodlett Lane, Salvisa 40372 — 606/865- 

4283; 252-5359 
Wixson, Robert M. — Box 386, Cumberland 40823 — 606/848-2862 
Wolfe, Dennis R. — 1 706 Woodburn Ave., Covington 41014 — 606/ 

431-6425; 513/579-7785 



Woodrum, James W — 114 Lisa Dr., Somerset 42501 — 606/679- 

6405; 678-8346 
Woolridge, James L. — 822-A St. James, Park Hills 41011 —606/ 

491-0248; 292-5819 
Woosley, Darren G — Box 55, Phelps 41553 — 456-7856 
Woosley, Donald R. — 604 N. 39th St., Louisville 4021 2 — 776-2940 
Wooton, George B. — 96 S. Rosemont, Providence 42450 — 502/ 

667-2932 
Wortham, Steve — 513 Balmoral, Elizabethtown 42701 — 765-6253; 

737-5636 
Wright, Gary L. — Box 341, Hardinsburg 40143 — 756-5881 ; 756- 

2140 
Wright, James L. — Rt. 1 Oxford Rd., Georgetown 40324 — 502/ 

863-3628; 232-4898 
Wright, Robert Thomas — 1835 Ft. Henry Dr., Ft. Wright 41011 — 

341-1555 
Wright, Roy Cable — Box 35, Owingsville 40360 — 674-6865; 247- 

2621 
Wyatt, Tony David — Rt. 1, Brooksville 41004 — 606/747-5399 
Yancey, Delbert L. — RR #7 Box 51, Shelbyville 40065 — 502/633- 

6825; 633-1478 
Yeiser, Gerald N. — 113 Windridge Dr., Winchester 40391 —606/ 

744-5916 
Yelton, Nick A. — 609 East 21st Street, Covington 41014 — 606/ 

491-7859; 872-3480 
Young, Tony W — 107 Churchill Dr., Campbellsville42718 — 502/ 

465-2769; 465-8121 
Zachem, John Whitt — 1618 Meadowthorpe Ave., Lexington 40505 

— 259-0641 ; 254-6623 



1980-81 SOCCER OFFICIALS 

The following soccer officials had registered mth the 
K.H.S.A.A. as of February 20, 1981. If one telephone 
number is listed, it is the home phone number unless 
otherwise designated. If two numbers are listed, the first 
number is the home phone. 

Barrett, Ted — 292 Riviera Court, Lexington 4051 1 — 299- 

1516; 232-2228 
Beck, Robert E. — 7530 Merlyn Circle, Louisville 40214 — 

368-1965 
Bowes, William E. Jr. — Asbury College, Wilmore40390 — 

858-3638 
Brown, C. Murray Sr. — 2228 Markham Court, Lexington 

40504 — 277-4944; 293-3458 
Carroll, Wesley G. Jr. — 3994 Toronto Court, Lexington 

40503 — 272-6950; 233-4511 X-791 
Coffey, Richard D. — Oneida Baptist Institute, Oneida 

40972 — 847-4617; 847-4111 
Cohen, Donald A. — 3405 Fraserdale Dr., Lexington 40503 

— 277-6577; 272-3476 

Darling, Brian K. — 429 Ky. Home Life BIdg., Louisville 

40202 — 895-1811; 583-2687 
Ditillio, David John — Box 278, Union College, Barbour- 
ville 40906 
Elkins, Clarence F. — 2942 Montavesta Rd., Lexington 

40502 — 266-7188; 293-3686 X-4160 
Elbert, James F. — 3605 Hycliffe, Louisville 40207 — 502/ 

896-1274; 245-8677 
Goodman, Barbara Anne — 5806 Jerry Lane, Louisville 

40258 — 937-1231 
Gray, Kenneth E. — 2904 Cleveland, Louisville 40206 — 

502/896-6920; 425-5076 
Halcomb, Randy J. — Oneida Baptist Institute, Oneida 

40972 — Bus. 847-4111 
Meckel, Charles A. — 1047 Franelm Road, Louisville40214 

— 368-3842; 566-4382 

Holzknecht, Thomas E. — 7507 Waldwick Court, Louisville 

40258 — 935-2549; 367-0185 
Kidd, Stephen — CPO 466, Asbury College, Wilmore 

40390 — 858-4122 
Klug, Duane F. — Rt. 3, Box 209C, Vine Grove 40175 — 

502/877-0186; 624-6433 



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McGavic, Ronald L. — 2500 Martin Ave., Louisville 40216 

— 502/447-2170; 367-3490 

McGee, John David — 315 Crescent Ct., Louisville 40206 

— 502/896-1844; 581-6024 

McNay, James F. — 9602 Cochise Way, Louisville40258 — 

935-9225; 282-8244 
Maggard, Charles Joseph — 304 Indiana Ave., Whitesburg 

41858 — 606/633-2748; 858-3704 
Magsig, Ronald H. — 3081 Montavesta Rd., Lexington 

40502 — 266-5827; 232-4326 

Manning, Stuart — Rt. 1, Whitley City 42653 — 606/376- 

2373 
Maresca, Joseph — 9401 Westport Rd., Louisville40222 — 

502/426-7842; 426-5020 
Minieris, Osvi/ald A. — 2313 Tavener Dr., Louisville 40227 

— 502/425-2933; 456-4220 X-447 

Morris, John H. — 2513 Canton St., Hopkinsville 42240 — 

886-1563 
Mowery, Tom — 2398 Chauvin Dr., Lexington 40502 — 

606/273-1205; 272-5313 
Murphy, William F. — 301 Fourth St., Corbin 40701 — 528- 

4511 
Musser, Harvey A. Jr. — Rt. 5, Box 18, Berea 40403 — 606/ 

986-2047 
Navarrete, Marvin — Oneida Baptist Institute, Oneida 

40972 — 847-4438; 847-4111 
Nolle, Jerry — 3824 Kittiwake Dr., Lexington 40502 — 273- 

5202; 252-1998 
O'Brien, Richard E. II — 1245 Centre Pkwy, Apt. 408, Lex- 
ington 40502 — 273-2403; 258-8725 
Orsborn, Richard Alan — 326 Stoney Brook Dr., Lexington 

40503 — 272-3263; 254-3572 

Payne, Glenn E. — 2232 Payne St., Louisville 40206 — 896- 

8409 
Polley, Everett J, Jr. — 10809 Oreland Mill Rd., Louisville 

40229 — 964-2148; 966-9784 
Pugh, Robert B — 913 Witthuhn Way, Lexington 40503 — 

223-2359; 276-4421 
Ragsdale, Randy R. — 1733 Harold Ave., Louisville 40210 

— 502/718-1387; 589-5440 

Reinhardt, Bruce N. — 1332 Fontaine Rd., Lexington 40502 

— 606/266-3642; 252-2291 

Rustay, Kim H, — Rt. 2, Union Mill Rd., Nicholasville 40356 

— 887-1252; 254-2341 

Schuiz, Kevin L. — 3901 Brownlee Rd., Louisville 40207 — 

502/896-4931; 361-1040 
Shreve, Rod — 2808 Mt. McKinley Way, Lexington 40502 

— 606/272-6758 

Starke, Russell F. — SBTS Box 1525, Louisville 40280 — 

897-1963; 363-2166 
Stephens, Richard E. — Oneida Baptist Institute, Oneida 

40972 — 606/847-4537; 847-4111 
Taurman, George M. — 2405 Wallace, Louisville 40205 — 

451-7513 
Taylor, Donald D. Sr. — 1594 Belmar Dr., Louisville40213 

— 454-0979; 637-6511 

Walton, Gary J. — 4476-E Gaffey Hts., Ft. Knox 40121 — 

502/942-2508; 624-3723 
Weaver, Sarah E. — 703 Karly Ct., Louisville 40243 — 502/ 

245-7310 
Williams, James A. — 1 12 Green Street, Horse Cave 42749 

— 502/786-2867; 758-2214 X-35 

Yamada, Earl M. — 5630-A Conroy Ave., Ft. Knox 40121 — 
624-7704; 624-1955 



1980-81 Baseball Officials 

The following baseball officials had registered 
with the K.H.S.A.A. as of February 20, 1981. If one 
telephone number is listed, it is the home phone 
number unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are listed, the first number is the home 
phone. 



Adair. Michael p. — 5003-C Sunset Ct.,Louisville40222— 425-8120; 

283-661 1 
Adams, Benny — General Delivery, Buckhorn 41 721 
Adams, David L. — Box 339-A, Pine Top 41843 — 785-4230 
Akins, Gary Wade — 509 Walnut St., Corbin 40701 — 622-5936; 528- 

4733 
Allen, Christopher T. — Rt. 2, Box567, Portsmouth OH 45662 — 614/ 

776-6492 
Almand, David F. — 214 Liberty St., Franl^lin 42134 — 586-5475; 

586-6929 
Amis, John Paul — Rt. 1, Box 21, Buckhorn 41721 — 398-7591; 

666-9297 
Amis, Yance — Rt. 1 , Box 20, Buckhorn 41721— 398-7595; 398-7591 
Angelucci, Armand Jr. — 304 Culpepper Rd., Lexington 40502 — 

266-6316 
Artlin, Tracy Til — 369 S. Atcher, Radclitf 40160 — 502/351-6226; 

624-8525 
Arlinghaus, Bob — Box 35-D Jones Rd., Walton 41094 — 606/356- 

2828; 342-6400 
Arvin, Joseph Michael — 502 W. Lexington Ave., Wilmore 40390 — 

254-3816; 858-4726 
Ash, MIkie L. — 2667 Delta Ct., Radcliff 40160 — 351-1893 
Asher, Jacob R — 3323 Nantucket Dr., Lexington 40502 — 278- 

8894; 278-6703 
Atwell, Darryl — Rt. 2, Pearl Ave., Campbellsville 42718 — 502/ 

465-2695; 465-2877 
Baldwin. Robert Michael — Richmond Village, Paintsville41240 — 

606/789-6888 
Barnard, Phillip E. — Rt. 10, Box 154-E, London 40741 — 864- 

9265; 878-9300 
Barnard, Rodney E. — Rt. 1 1 , Box 675, London 40741 — 864-2590; 

864-9265 
Barnes, William M — 242 Highview Dr , Versailles 40383 — 873- 

3833; 873-8161 
Bastin, Barry — 409 Chestnut St., Danville 40422 — 606/236-6108; 

236-9400 
Baumann, Michael G. — 103 Center St., Wilder 41071 —431-7034; 

948-5900 
Beavers, Daniel F. — 514 South Harrison, Princeton 42445 — 502/ 

365-9886; 365-3531 
Bell, Ronald Keith — 239 Tucker Station Rd., Middletown 40243 — 

502/245-6036; 893-2577 
Benton, Jeffrey L— 33 Westwfood Dr., Erianger 4101 8 — 331-9452; 

961-0075 
Biliter, Kenneth N. — 337 Linden Walk Apt. 5, Lexington 40508 — 

254-2073 
Bogar, Joseph D. — Box 152. Hardy 41531 — 606/ 353-9540; 353- 

7241 X-35 
Bond, Terry Lee — 11 Circle Dr., Crestview — 41076 — 441-0723; 

421-1400 X-180 
Breeden, Alan — 402 Kenny Blvd., Louisville 40214 — 363-0459 
Brewer, Preston E — 1115 Catherine St.. Metropolis, IL 62960 — 

618/524-7050; 524-4315 
Brown, Barry — 330 Weil Lane, Nicholasville 40356 — 885-6657; 

272-6693 
Brown, John W. "Scoop" — 975 Waverly Dr., Lexington 40505 — 

254-1940; 255-0835 
Brown,RonaldD—CountryClubEst.,Greenup41 144 — 473-6060; 

836-6884 
Brown, Stanley — Box 1037, Ulvah 41856 — 633-0262 
Bryant, Charles E— 1 07 Whitney, Lawrenceburg 40342 — 839-6302 
Burdette, Wally M — 525Auburndale Ave., Louisville 40214 — 366- 

5559 
Burgess, Blair D. — 453-B Eighth Ave., Ft Knox 401 21 — 624-7965; 

624-1743 
Burkeen, Phillip C. — 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green 42101 — 842- 

4182 
Burnett, Jesse L. — Route 4, Hopkinsville 42240 — 885-741 1 
Bush, Karmen B. — 5814 Brandywyne Ct., Louisville 40291 — 239- 

5627; 458-4785 
Butcher. David N. — Box 119, Thelma 41260 — 606/789-8104; 

297-3738 
Camic, David — RR 2, Harrodsburg 40330 — 606/734-3693; 734- 

7711 
Canter. Ralph — 305 Warwick Ct., Versailles 40383 — 873-8529; 

873-8057 
Garden, L. Gene— 1706 Barley Way, Bowling Green 42101 —502/ 

781-0575 
Carl, Ernest Jr. — RR 5, Paynes Mill, Versailles 40383 — 606/873- 

8433; 873-7374 
Carl, Parker Loren — 125 Camden Ave.. Versailles 40383 — 606/ 

873-7374 



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Carlton, Robert W. — 506 S. Railroad St., Earlington 42410 — 502/ 

383-3651 ; 767-2249 
Castle, Barry Delmas — Box 371, Owenton 40359 — 502/484 

2335:484-3417 
Chamberlin, Fred E. — % Maloney's, Rt. 2, Kermit WV 25674 — 

606/298-4040; 304/393-4232 
Childers, Ctiarles L. — P.O. Box 2, Stanton 40380 — 663-2791; 

663-2246 
Childress, David E. — 4533 Starlite Dr., Louisville 40229 — 957- 

2030 
Clay, Scott Lane — 106 Love St., Glasgow 42141 — 651-5676; 748- 

4795 
Collins, Dermot J. — 1700 Windsor Place, Louisville 40204 — 451- 

8482; 588-6351 
Comparoni, Peter R. — Rt. 3, Box 482, Middlesboro 40965 — 606/ 

248-3444; 248-6644 
Cox, Charlie — Rt 2, Box 10, Campton 41301 —668-6374; 668-3402 
Craft, Robert Edward — Box 625, South Shore 41175 — 606/932- 

4018; 932-3131 X-263 
Crager, Bobby F. — 1703 Mary Ellen Dr., Flatwoods 41139 — 836- 

6069; 836-8186 
Creekmore, Milford Burl 1st — Box 368, Pine Knot 42635 — 606/ 

354-2846; 376-8585 
Crigger, Leslie H. — 520 Petersborough, Middlesboro 40965 — 248- 

8806; 248-4979 
Crittenden, Fred M. — 9028-C Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121 —624- 

5909; 624-8440 X-1 246 
Cunningham, Bobby R. — Box 55, Pikeville 41501 — 432-1528; 

437-6294 
Cunningham, Robert L. — Box 576, Stanton 40380 — 606/663-2674; 

886-9116 
Dame, Kerry W — Box 27, Beech Grove 42322 — 502/273-5046 

273-3282 
Davis, Jay W— 71 Pineridge, Hopkinsvil le 42240 — 502/885-4684 

886-9604 
Davis, Ralph W. — 304 Highland Dr., Radclitf 40160 — 351-6168 

624-3737 
Day, Ronnie Wayne — 7834-A Estrada Ave., Ft Knox 401 21 — 624- 

6501 ; 624-8440 
Day, Jack L. — 605 Morehead St., Central City 42330 — 745-4700; 

754-2272 
Deaver, Milford E. — 709 Charlene Dr., Vine Grove 40175 — 877- 

5637; 624-8530 
Dill, J Roger — Box 561 , Mt. Washington 40047 — 538-7233 
Driver, Bob D. — Rt. 9, Box 174-A, Glasgow 42141 — 651-6477; 

651-2256 
Duke, Donald T. — 3935 Tanglewood Dr., Hopkinsville 42240 — 

885-1463 
Dwyer, James E. Jr. — 5612 Ailanthus Trail, Louisville 40219 — 

502/964-0426; 452-3140 
Dwyer, Robert H. — 1417 Falcon Dr., Louisville 40213 — 637- 

7909; 778-5321 
Edwards, Mark — 338 Lausman Ave., Rt. 3, Danville 40422 — 606/ 

854-3996 
Estep, Carl Estill - Hindman 41822- 783-4142; 785-3839 
Evans, Lewis — General Delivery. Morgantown 42261 — 526-4310; 

526-3361 
Faber, Daniel R. — 3569 Cornwall, Lexington 40503 — 223-1650; 

258-8921 
Finch, Steven A. — 1220 Hillside Lane, Louisville40229 — 502/955- 

7391; 239-51 78 
Forrester, Nicky L— 1 002 W. Second, Fulton 42044 — 502/472-3332 
Foulks, Michael D. — 16 Brandywyne Ct., Highland Hts 41076 — 

606/781-4862 
Fox, Croley — Rt 3, Box 21 9R, Williamsburg 40769 — 549-0369 
Fox, Curtis H. Sr. — 1512 Murray St., Mayfield 42066 — 502/247- 

0799; 247-3106 
Fraley, Charlie L. — 9057-E Young St., Ft. Knox 40121 — 502/ 

624-3860; 624-2815 X-1 644 
Frankel.LouisS— 3723 Stanton Blvd., Louisville40220 — 425-6519 
Frymire, L. H. "Dick" — 101 Spring St., Box 33, Irvington 40146 — 

502/547-2553; 547-3951 
Fulkerson, Tom — Rt 2, Philpot 42366 — 502/233-5085 
Gabriel, Charles R. — 4316 Wingate Rd., Louisville 40207 — 502/ 

895-1903 
Gent, Herman T — Rt 1, Box 359, Middlesboro 40965 — 248-5902; 

248-3300 
Gillaspie, Bob — Rt 2 Box 5, Dixon 42409—502/635-5522; 639-5092 
Gillenwater, Henry — Rt 1 Box 209C, Ironton OH 45638 — 532-4989 
Glisker, Barry A. — 1514 Corum Dr., Madisonville 42431 — 502/ 

821-8169; 821-5141 
Gosman, Carroll E. — RR #1, Bedford 40006 — 502/255-3301 



Green, Donald P. — Box 782, Mayfield 42066 — 247-6037; 247-6445 
Grey, Don L. — 6632 Riverbirch, Crestwood 40014 — 241-7815 
Grimes, Robert W. — 7505 Cedar Hollow, Louisville 40291 — 502/ 

239-1984; 624-6745 
Hall, Wendell Keith — Box 172, Freeburn 41528 — 606/456-3366; 

304/426-441 1 
Hamm, Michael R. — 7309-B Gardner Hills, Ft. Campbell 42223 — 

615/431-6945; 502/798-4720 
Hatcher, Vaughn — Box 526 C.C. Station, Williamsburg 40769 — 

549-5872; 549-4655 
Hayden, Tony — Rt 13 Box 489, Paducah 42001 —443-3425; 443- 

1741 
Heaberlin, Robert L. — Box 42. Pedro OH 45659 — 614/532-8529; 

606/836-9681 X-220 
Heckel, Richard — 1047 Franelm, Louisville 40214 — 368-3842; 

935-5202 
Henderson, Charles A. — 114 Windsor Dr., Hopkinsville 42240 — 

502/886-2404; 886-4444 
Hensley, Hode — Box 189, Warfield WV 41267 — 606/395-6594 
Henson, Don R. — Rt 1, Smithland 42081 — 928-2047; 988-3263 
Herrick, Calvin P. — 200 S. Arnold Ave., Prestonsburg 41653 — 606/ 

886-3494; 886-2311 
Holland, Bobby L. — Box 35, Symsonia 42082 — 502/851-4427; 

753-5479 
Holland, James F. — 234 Short St., Lynch 40855 — 606/848-2634 
Hopson, James E. — Rt 1, Box 918M, Pikeville 41501 —606/631- 

1933; 432-1461 
Houchens, Joe Danny — Rt 9, Box 155, Glasgow 42141 —502/678- 

2317:651-8341 
Houchin, Donald Nelson — Box 206, Brownsville 42210 — 502/597- 

3954:597-3713 
Huang, Nathan C. — 560 Crestview Lane, Morehead 40351 — 606/ 

784-7639 
Hughes, Willie G. — 4683-B Pierce Village, Ft. Campbell 42223 — 

502/439-7842; 798-5823 
Hurn, Jeff — 1517 East Main St , Greenup 41 144 — 473-9955; 473- 

6956 
Hunt, David — 1316 Beulah Park, Lexington 40502 — 606/273-1146; 

258-2898 
Isaac, Elmer — Box 1 47, Jeff 41 751 

Isbill, Ernest T. - Rt 2, Philpot 42366 — 281-5388; 281-9904 
James, Gary — 134 E. Jefferson, Danville 40422 — 236-1401; 236- 

9535 
Jarboe, Ronald L. — 13906Lyons Ave., ValleyStation40272 — 935- 

9499 
Jenkins, Silas — 254 Lynnwood Dr.. Versailles 40383 — 873-8775 
Johnson, Kenneth W. — Rt. 5, Box 123, Morehead 40351 — 784- 

4751; 784-8388 
Johnson, W. Lynn — 127 Center St., Morehead 40351 —784-8525; 

845-2551 
Joseph, Charles S. — 1 081 W. Lincoln Trail Blvd., Radcliff 401 60 — 

351-6710; 351-6420 
Kimmel. Jerry — Box 86, Beechmont 42323 — 502/476-2656 
Kirkland, Wade — 103 Bentley Ave., Whitesburg 41858 — 606/633- 

0958; 633-2246 
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456-4220 
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624-7030 
Kordenbrock. Joseph S. — 106 Hart Dr., Hebron 41048 — 606/689- 

7190; 371-2900 
Lacy, James R. — Box 432, Campton 41301 — 606/668-3246; 668- 

3106 
Leep, John B. Jr. — 123 Comanche Trail, Carrollton 41008 — 

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873-5134 
McMurtrey, Tom — Rt 1, Box 199, Summer Shade 42166— 502/428- 

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(Left to Right) Front Row: Cheerleaders — Michele Michaels, Tami Kelley, Debbie Huesman, Joy McKinley, 
Sandi Jackson, Sherry Malleoli, Lori Lauteruasser, Missy Chadwick. Second Row: Cheerleaders — Deneen 
Reimer, Mary Zimmerer, Tami Elliott, Krista Isler, Linda Wittenburg, Jill Brueckner, Pam Meenach, Charlotte 
Woods, Tonda Hignite. Third Row: Mgr. Niki Repka, Jeff Hester, Tony Brosky, Joey Brueckner, Tim Downs, 
John Meier, Rob Jennings, Robbie IHeeager, Doug Norton, Dave Gray, Mgr. Dave Magee, Ass't. Coach Bill 
Pelfrey. Fourth Row: Head Coach Larry Miller, Slat. Joey Friemuth, Sean Dougherty, Greg Ponzer, Dave 
Medley, Billy Meier, Dave Dixon, Troy McKinley, Larry Callahan, Jeff Williams, Alan Mullins, Greg Kroth, Ass't. 
Coach Dave Schadler. 



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1981 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




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Chuck Whitnell. Second Row: Mgr. James Redd, Jesse Moss, Cary Sherrill, Charles Parrott, Steve Moffitt, Joe Prince, Blaine 
Wastell, Frankie Sanderson, Mark Wiman, Mgr. Vince Dawson. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucl<y High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIII— NO. 9 



APRIL, 1981 



$2.00 Per Year 



Minutes of Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Hyatt Regency. Lexington, 
on Friday, March 20, 1981. The meeting was called to order 
at 9:00 A.M. by President Zeb Blankenship. All Board 
members. Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant Com- 
missioners Brigid DeVries, Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise 
were present. Conley Manning was present representing 
the State Department of Education. Mr. Manning gave the 
invocation. 

Charles Black moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, 
that the minutesof the January meeting be approved. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

President Blankenship introduced Attorney Jack 
Keith who spoke to the Board on behalf of Mark A. Fooks, 
Deming High School, in an effort to appeal the decision on 
his eligibility status. After a lengthy discussion, John 
Brock moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, that By-Law 6, 
Section 1, be waived. The motion passed unanimously, 

Mr. Joe Ray Gatewood appeared before the Board to 
appeal the decision made on the eligibility status of his 
son, David, to represent Western Hills High School in 
interscholastic athletics. After a discussion on Mr. 
Gatewood's presentation, FairceWoods moved, seconded 
by Alvis Johnson, that the decision of the Commissioner 
be upheld in this case and that By-Law 6, Section 1, 
Transfer Rule, not be waived. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Mr. Leon Clapp appeared before the Board on behalf 
of his nephew, Greg Leach, to appeal the decision on his 
eligibility status at Marshall County High School. After 
hearing Mr. Clapp's presentation and after Mr. Mills read 
letters from Lowes High School principal and coach, 
Walter Pickett moved, seconded by Charles Black, that By- 
Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, be waived and that Greg 
be ruled eligible immediately to represent Marshall County 
High School in interscholastic athletics. The motion 
passed by a vote of 9 in favor and one abstention. 

Commissioner Mills gave the results of the recent 
balloting for Board membership for Sections 1 and 6. The 
balloting was as follows: Section 1, Jimmy Dan Peck 5; 
Robert L. Rogers 33. Section 6, Eldon Davidson 22; James 
A. Sears 7; Larry B. Stewart 4. 

There was a discussion of new proposals to be 
submitted to the forthcoming Delegate Assembly. A list of 
these proposals appears elsewhere in this issue of the 
Athlete 

President Blankenship introduced President Mike 
Stewart and Executive Secretary John Radjunas of the 
Kentucky High School Coaches Association. They spoke 
to the Board on the functions of their Association and on 
their projected plans for the coming year. 

Mr. Mills gave a brief report on the Boys' State 
Basketball Tournament stating that the attendance was up 
from the last time it was held in Lexington two years ago. 
He stated that he would have a more detailed report at the 
April meeting. A financial audit of both tournaments will 
appear in the August Athlete 

Robie Harper moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, 
that the decision on the sites for the boys and girls 
basketball tournament be tabled until there is a more 
detailed report on the finances and attendance of the 
tournaments held this year and that the decision be made 
at the April Board meeting. The motion passed unani- 
mously. 

Mr. Mills informed the Board that he had received a 



request from Mr. Robert Case for a waiver of By-Law 6, 
Section 1, Transfer Rule, permitting his son to transfer 
from Ninth & O Christian School to another school in the 
Louisville area. His son desires to transfer due to the fact 
that Ninth & O Christian School did not participate in the 
district basketball tournament because of a church policy 
prohibiting participation in sport functions that conflict 
with church services. Following a discussion of this 
request, Mr. Mills was instructed to inform Mr. Case that 
By-Law 6 would not be waived for students transferring 
from one school to another under the above stated 
conditions. 

Commissioner Mills reported on a request from 
Fairdale High School concerning a sixteen team 
tournament called King of the Bluegrass Basketball 
Tournament involving eight teams from Kentucky and 
eight teams from other states. It is to be held on December 
19-23, 1981. Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by J.D. 
Minnehan, that the Commissioner proceed with a request 
to the National Federation for sanction of thistournament. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read a request from Rick Chaffin of Kenova, 
West Virginia, to permit students from three member 
schools to participate in an AAU sponsored basketball 
tournament to be held in West Virginia, pending approval 
of the principals of the schools involved. John Brock made 
a motion, seconded by Fairce Woods, that permission be 
given for the three students to participate in the 
tournament. The motion passed with 8 votes in favor and 2 
abstentions. 

Mr. Mills read a request from Coach John Lykins, 
Frankfort High School, that his basketball team be given 
permission to play in an International Basketball Tour- 
nament to be played in Belgium during the second week of 
April, 1981. Charles Black moved, seconded by J.D. 
Minnehan, that the request be granted. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

It was reported to the Board that the National 
Federation Summer Meeting was to be held on July 2-7, 
1981, at Dearborn Michigan. 

Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Barney Thweatt, 
that all bills of the Association for the period beginning 
January 1, 1981, and ending February 28, 1981, be allowed. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control was 
scheduled for April 16, 1981, 2:00 P.M., at the K.H.SA.A. 
Building, Lexington. 

There being no further business, Fairce Woods 
moved, seconded by Charles Black, that the meeting be 
adjourned. The motion carried unanimously. 

State Track Meet Information 

Friday, May 22, 1981 

Practice Schedule: The Shively Track will be open for 
practice all day for those who wish to use it. 

Team Packets: Team packets and numbers can be 
picked up from 4:00-6:00 P.M. in frontof theShivelySports 
Center Building or Saturday morning May 23 from 8:00- 
9:30 A.M. at the gate to the Track. 

Coaches Meeting: There will be a coaches and 
officials meeting at 6:00 P.M. at the Shively Sports Center, 
Room 102. 

Girls' Shot Put: The 4 Kilo Shot, (8 lbs., 13 oz.) will be- 
thrown this year. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 



APRIL, 1981 VOL. XLIII— NO. 9 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr.. P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 
President .. Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 
Vice-Pres JD Mmnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 
Directors .. Charles D Black (1980-1984) Barbourville: 
John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon Coleman 
(1980-1984) Owensboro; Robie Harper. Jr (1979-1983) 
Drakesboro. Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; 
Walter J Pickett (1980-1982) Valley Station; Barney 
Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville, Fairce O. Woods 
(1979-1983) Flemingsburg. Conley Manning, State Dept, 
of Education representative- 
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From the Commissioner's Office 



Proposal II 

Principal Walter Pickett, Valley High School, proposes 
that Article V, Representation, be changed to read as 
follows: "In the Annual Meeting of the Association the 
delegates shall consist of one representative from each 
tournament district of the state. The secretary of the 
Kentucky Coaches Association, the president of the 
Kentucky Girls' Sports Association and the president of 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Directors' Association 
shall be voting members of the Delegate Assembly. The 
representatives shall be the delegates to the next Annual 
Meeting immediately follov\/ing their election, and shall 
there transact all business of the Annual Meeting. None 
but these delegates shall have the right to vote in the 
Annual Meeting. There shall be no vote by proxy." 



Proposal III 

The Board of Control of the K.H.S.A.A. proposes that 
By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, be changed to read as 
follows: "Any student who represents a secondary school 
in a first team game in any sport after enrolling in the ninth 
grade and who changes schools shall be ineligible for 
thirty-six school weeks. If there is a corresponding change 
in the residence of the parents, divorce or death of one or 
both of the parents, the Commissioner may waive the 
penalty in any case where there is evident injustice." 

Note: If this proposal should pass, the following 
questions and answers would be added: 



1981 K.H.S.A.A. Annual Meeting 



The business meeting of the Delegate Assembly was 
held on Friday, April 17, at 11:00 A.M. at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution the following proposals for changes in the 
rules of the Association to be acted upon at the Annual 
Meeting are hereby submitted to all members of the 
K.H.S.A.A. for their information. No proposals other than 
these may be considered at the Annual Meeting except by 
a two-thirds vote of the Delegates. 



Proposal I 

Superintendent Reed Conder, Marshall County 
Schools, proposes that Article IV, Section 2 (a). 
Representative, be changed to read as follows: "Each local 
Board of Education or the governing body of a private or 
parochial member school shall appoint one (1) 
representative for each member school within the school 
district or under their control to represent that school in 
the Association. Each school's representative shall have a 
weighted vote based on the average daily attendance in 
that school when his vote is cast in an election for 
membership to the Board of Control, for an election of a 
representative to the Delegate Assembly or all other 
matters including surveys or polls of the Representatives, 
that determine action or policy of the Association. The 
weight of the representative vote shall be calculated on the 
basis of one vote for each 100 students in average daily 
attendance or major portion thereof at that school. Only 
certified personnel employed by the local district, private 
or parochial school are eligible for appointment." 



18. 

Q. If parents are divorced what is considered the 
residence of the child? 

A. In the absence of a court order giving custody of the 
child to one of the parents, the residence of the parents at 
the time of the divorce is considered the residence of the 
child unless both parents move. The Commissioner may 
waive the rule one time under these conditions if there is a 
court order giving or changing custody of the child to one 
of the parents within one calendar year following the date 
of divorce. 

19. 

Q. May the Commissioner waive the Transfer Rule in favor 
of a child who is required to change schools due to the 
death of one or both of the parents? 
A. Yes. The Commissioner may waive the rule one time 
under these conditions if there Is a court order giving 
custody of the child to an adult in the new school district 
within one calendar year of the death of the parent. 



Proposal IV 

The Board of Control of the K.H.S.A.A. proposes that 
By-Law 32 be changed to read as follows: "A student who 
has represented a member school as a first team player in 
football or basketball shall not compete in an all-star or 
post-season game during the remainder of that academic 
school year unless it is sanctioned by the Board of Control. 
The penalty for violation shall be loss of eligibility in all 
sports for the remainder of that academic school year. A 
student who has been a first team player in football or 
basketball and has eligibility remaining in these sports 
shall not take part in an all-star or post-season game 
during the remainder of that academic year unless it is 
sanctioned by the Board of Control. The penalty shall be 
loss of eligibility for one year." 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 



Page Three 



Schedule of Events for K.H.S.A.A. State Track Meet 
Classes A, AA, AAA Boys — Classes A, AA, AAA Girls 



Finals — Saturday May 23, 1981 
TRACK 

10:00 A Girls 
10:05 AA Girls 
10:10 AAA Girls 
10:20 A Boys 
10:25 AA Boys 
10:30 AAA Boys 
10:40 A Girls 
10:45 AA Girls 
10:50 AAA Girls 
10:55 A Boys 
11:00 AA Boys 
11:05 AAA Boys 
11:10 A Girls 
11:20 AA Girls 
11:30 AAA Girls 
11:40 A Boys 
11:48 AA Boys 
11:56 AAA Boys 
12:04 A Girls 
12:12 AA Girls 
12:20 AAA Girls 
12:28 A Boys 
12:36 AA Boys 
12:44 AAA Boys 



20 A Girls 
25 AA Girls 
30 AAA Girls 
35 A Boys 
40 AA Boys 

45 AAA Boys 
55 A Girls 

00 AA Girls 
05 AAA Girls 
10 A Boys 
15 AA Boys 
20 AAA Boys 
30 A Girls 
38 AA Girls 

46 AAA Girls 
51 A Boys 
57 AA Boys 
04 AAA Boys 



LUNCH BREAK 



lOOm Low Hurdles 

100m Low Hurdles 

100m Low Hurdles 

110m High Hurdles 

110m High Hurdles 

110m High Hurdles 

100m Dash 

100m Dash 

100m Dash 

100m Dash 

100m Dash 

100m Dash 

1600m Run 

1600m Run 

1600m Run 

1600m Run 

1600m Run 

1600m Run 

800m Relay 

800m Relay 

800m Relay 

800m Relay 

800m Relay 

800m Relay 

400m Dash 

400m Dash 

400m Dash 

400m Dash 

400m Dash 

400m Dash 

300m Low Hurdles 

300m Low Hurdles 

300m Low Hurdles 

300m Low Hurdles 

300m Low Hurdles 

300m Low Hurdles 

800m Medley Relay 

800m Medley Relay 

800m Medley Relay 

800m Run 

800m Run 

800m Run 



3:10 A Girls 
3:16 AA Girls 
3:22 AAA Girls 
3:27 A Boys 
3:32 AA Boys 
3:37 AAA Boys 
3:42 A Girls 
3:47 AA Girls 
3:52 AAA Girls 
3:57 A Boys 

4 12 AA Boys 
4:27 AAA Boys 
4:42 A Girls 
4:50 AA Girls 
4:58 AAA Girls 
5:06 A Boys 
5:14 AA Boys 
5:22 AAA Boys 
5,30 A Girls 
5:38 AA Girls 

5 46 AAA Girls 
6:15 AWARDS 



SHOT 

9:00 Boys A 
10:30 Boys AA 
12:00 Boys AAA 
1:30 Girls A 
3:00 Girls AA 
4:30 Girls AAA 

DISCUS 

9:00 Girls AAA 
10:30 Girls AA 
12:00 Girls A 
1 30 Boys A 

3 00 Boys AA 

4 30 Boys AAA 

POLE VAULT 

9,00 Boys A 
12:00 Boys AA 
3 00 Boys AAA 



800m Run 

800m Run 

800m Run 

200m Dash 

200m Dash 

200m Dash 

200m Dash 

200m Dash 

200m Dash 

3200m Run 

3200m Run 

3200m Run 

1600m Relay 

1600m Relay 

1600m Relay 

1600m Relay 

1600m Relay 

1600m Relay 

400m Relay 

400m Relay 

400m Relay 



FIELD EVENTS 



HIGH JUMP 

9:00 Girls A 
10:30 Girls AA 
12:00 Girls AAA 
1:30 Boys A 
3:00 Boys AA 
4:30 Boys AAA 

LONG JUMP 

9:00 Boys AAA 
10:30 Boys AA 
12:00 Boys A 
1:30 Girls A 
3:00 Girls AA 
4:30 Girls AAA 

TRIPLE JUMP 

12:00 (Noon) Boys AAA 
2:00 Boys AA 
4:00 Boys A 



1980-81 Certified and Approved 
Baseball Officials 

A number of K,H.S,A.A- registered officials have qualified for 
the advanced rating of Certified and Approved as a result of the 
National Federation Baseball Examination for higher rating which 
was given on Ivlarch 23, 1981: 

Certified 



Almand, David F. 
Ashley, Kenneth 
Barnard, Phillip E, 
Bartley, David 
Bell, Ronald Keith 
Brown, Barry 
Brown, James W. 
Brown. John Will 
Burdette, Waliy M. 
Burkeen, Phillip C. 
Butcher, David N. 
Butcher, Stephen D. 
Cambron, John Lane 
Carlton, Robert W. 



Collins, Dermot J. 
Cooper, Willie V. 
Crager, Bobby F, 
Crittenden, Fred tvl. 
Daniel, Roger T, 
Davis, Jay W. 
Dill, J. Roger 
Divine, Wayne L. 
Driver, Bob D. 
Duerson, William R- 
Dwyer, James E. Jr. 
Dwyer, Robert H. 
East, William L. 
Edmondson, Johnny B. 



Emmons. Guy W. 
Evans, Lewis 
Finch, Steven A. 
Foulks. Michael D. 
Fraley. Charlie L. 
Frankel, Louis S. 
Gillaspie, Bob 
Gilmore, Donald 
Green, Donald P. 
Hardin. Don G. 
Heaberlin. William S. Jr. 
Henderson. Charles A. 
Henson. Don R. 
Herp. Ken Jr. 
Herrick. Calvin P. 
Higgins. James P. 
Hill, Christopher D. 
Hilpp. Louis E. 
Hopson. James E. 
Hudson, Ivlark D. 
Hunter. Harold Joseph Jr 
Johnson, Kenneth W. 
Johnson, W. Lynn 
Joseph, Charles S. 



Kimmel, Jerry 
King. James A. 
Kluepful. Joseph C. 
Kouns. Robert 
League, Jack B. 
Lynch, Lester F. 
l^cClure, Jerry T. 
tvlcMurtrey, Tom 
Markham. Stan P. 
t^arlette, Ronald L. 
I^eyers. John F. 
Moore, Phillip H. 
Morgan. Richard 
Mulligan, J.T 
Nash, Richard Clark 
Norwood, Thomas R. 
Penner, Merritt D, Jr. 
Reif. Harry F. 
Rogers. Eldridge 
Sackett. Eugene W. 
Sawyers. Randall 
Shartzer, Keith Bennett 
Sherman. Inman J. Jr. 

Cont. on Page 4 



Page Four 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 



MOORE HIGH SCHOOL — SEMI-FINALIST 
1981 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Mgr. David Gastrin, Mgr. Don Chism, Stepfon Moran, Ernie Dickerson, Michael Anderson, Steve Duvall, Ray 
White, Mgr. Roby Huebner, Mgr. Daryal Thomas. Second Row: Head Coach Tom FInnegan, Jim Hubbs, Chad Moore, David 
Rein, Brent Curd, Manuel Forrest, Dennis Phelps, Ernie Strasser, Kenney Brown, Aubrey Pitts, Swopes Thompson. 



Certified and Approved 
Baseball Officials 

Cont. from Page 3 



Snell, Johnny 
Spratllng, Obie L. 
Strain, Richard P- 
Stull, Beniannin C. 
Taylor, Carl D 
Tucker, Jerome L. 
Tyre, Don 
Uriage, Richard C. 
VanHooser, Phillip 



Andress, Bill 
Angelucci, Armand Jr. 
Arflin. Tracy T. II 
Arnold. James R, 
Ash, Mikie L, 
Asher, Jacob R. 
Barnard. Rodney E. 
Beavers, Daniel F. 
Bell, Steve 
Biliter. Kenneth N. 
Blair, Jeff 
Bond, Terry Lee 
Bradley, Robert Q. Jr. 
Branstetter. Charles E. 
Breeden. Alan 
Breegle, Bruce M. 
Burgess. Blair D. Sr. 
Burnett. Jesse L. 
Bush. Karmen B. 
Camic, David 
Garden, L. Gene 
Childers, Charles L. 
Christofield, Andrew J. 
Clark, James Russell 
Clark, William Sid III 
Clay, Scott Lane 
Coleman, Clarence R. 
Cornelison, Michael R. 
Craft. Robert Edward 
Cull, Robert E. 
Cunningham, Robert L. 
Davis. Ralph W. 



Approved 



Washer. Jamie Don 
Westcott, Jo H, 
Williams, Donald L. 
Williams, James A. 
Winfrey, Shelby 
Wingfield, Felix G. Ill 
Woodward. Bill 
Wright. John David 
Zirnheld. Leonard W. 



Day. Ronnie Wayne 
Deaver, Milford E. 
Dotson, Scott J. 
Duff. Eddie 
Duke. Donald T. 
Elliott. Billy A. 
Faber, Daniel R. 
Fallin, George Michael 
Ferrell, Gene Lawrence 
Froedge, Mark Wayne 
Gabriel. Charles R. 
Gardner. Bobby 
Giacone. Scott Tony 
Gibson. Gary F. 
Glisker, Barry A. 
Grey, Don L. 
Haines. Michael 
Hall. Wendell Keith 
Hamm, Michael R. 
Handy, Gene A. 
Hargrove. David L. 
Harmon. Barry 
Hayes. Bob 
Heckel, Richard 
Herp, James R. 
Hill, Myron K. 
Holt, Larry K. 
Hucker. Benjamin T. 
Hunt, Thomas David 
James. Gary D. 
Jarboe, Ronald L. 
Jenkins. Burney R. 



Johnson, David L 
Kemplin, Frank 
Kersey, Warren D. 
Kistner. Gary Wayne 
Kleitz. Jerry D. 
Klug. Juliann Tesar 
Klump, William Roger 
Kordenbrock, Joseph S. 
Krautheim, Frank J. 
Lester, Donald B. 
Lewis. Joseph C. 
Ludwig, Joseph L, 
McMillin, Larry L 
McNeill, Barney 
McNeill. Thomas Blaine 
Maddox, Robert 
Mathews, Arthur E. 
Matusiak. Marty 
Mauzy. Leslie Craig 
Meacham. Greg 
Miles, Charles M, 
Mills. Thomas Alan 
Montgomery. Billy G. 
Morgan. Keith 
Morris, Edward C. 
Morrison, Donnie R. 
Mosley, David 
O'Banion, Cornelius Jr. 
Oberhausen, Daniel E. 
Osborne, Robert Louis 
Parker. Wilson Dale 
Parkey, Cecil Edward 
Pelphrey, Joe D. 
Penick, Dave R. 
Pickett, Kenneth H. 
Pickrell, Jerry W. 
Pierce, Frank D, Jr. 
Pinson. David "Bo" 
Polivick. David T. 
Ponchot. Joseph C. 
Pritchard. Herbert L. 
Puckett. Robert O. 
Read. Ray V. 
Roberts. Harry 
Ronshausen. Tex 
Roof. David Harold 
Runyon. Tommy D. 
Salyers. John D. 



Sanders. Alan 
Sawyers, Willie Gene 
Schaefer, Raymond Michael 
Scott, W, L. "Bill" 
Skaggs, Nathan L. 
Smallwood, Talmadge 
Smart. John S. 
Stiles. George A. 
Stivers, Franklin 
Stone. Johnny D. 
Straus, William W. 
Swafford, Bill C. 
Taylor, Gary M. 
Taylor. George H. 
Taylor. Jim A. 
Taylor, Joseph Lynn 
Thomas, Michael A. 
Thornsberry, John 
Turpen. David Todd 
Wade. Charles O, 
Wadlington. Carroll 
Walker. Danny 
Wallace. Kevin mark 
Webb, Bill 

Westphal, Edwin Lee 
White, David Arlow 
White, John S 
Wilson, Marvin E, 
Wingfield, Felix G. IV 
Wood, Gwin L. 
Wood, Paul D, 
Woodard, William P. 
Woodward. Mark A. 
Yancey. Henry L. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 



SACRET HEARD ACADEMY — GIRLS' CHAMPION 
1981 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Maria O'Hern, Peggy Gilligan, Ann Allen, Trina Reisert. Second Row: Martha Curley, Alicia Oberst, 
Eileen Otero, Kelly Day, Diane Morgan, Maria Warner, Patsy O'Toole, Kiki Reisert, Lee Ricker, Therese Scheid. 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPION 
1981 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Left to Right) Front Row — Kneeling — C. Makk, J. Rhodes, E. Schweitz, M. Curley, G. Dumstorf, C. Oberst, B. Hillebrand, 
M. Schied, M. McLaughlin. Second Row: R. O'Daniel, P. Kleine-Kracht, S. Makk, J. Schleck, T. Zink, J. Wine, Coach T. Pearce, 
R. Schwietzer, R. Ransdell, L. Legler, J. Tierney, D. Green, J. Emrich, T. Werner, M. Dumstorf. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 



Page Seven 



1981 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Championships 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Ky., Friday and Saturday, February 27 & 28, 1981 



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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1. Sacred Heart (M, Curley, K. Reisert, 
M. Meagher, D. Morgan) 1:57.080 

2. Atherton (T. Trees, P. Shearn, K. Davis, 
S, Susmicheh) 2:00.211 

3. Tates Creek (J. Bakehorn, A. Taylor, L. 
Welting, A. Asher) 2:01 .897 

4. Bowling Green (E. Hocker, L. Hovious, 
S. Shiek, C. Hocker) 2:03.718 

5. Highlands (A. Bateson, S. Kisker, B. 
Rechtin, L Wilson) 2:04.731 

6. Notre Dame (J. Thelen, A. Romes, P. 
Woltenberg, A. Whittle) 2:05.337 

2. 200 Freestyle 

1. Robin Browning, Central ... 1:57.630 

2. Andrea Kuhl, Ft. Campbell . . 1:59.069 

3. Angela Fox, Male 1:59.641 

4. Denise Buban, Lafayette 2:00.657 

5. Gina Gatti, WAL 2:00.897 

6. Tracey Robmson, Bryan St. . 2:01.179 

3. 200 Individual Medley 

1. Tori Trees, Atherton 2:12.247 

2. Bev Acker, Model 2:14.271 

3. Tricia Miller, Waggoner 2:17.630 

4. Gail Huttenlocher, Male 2:17.952 

5. Lisa Woltenberg, N. Dame .. 2:18.614 

6. Amy Taylor, Tates Creek . . . 2:21.863 

4. 50 Freestyle 

1. Peg Saalfeld, Model 24.733 

2. Vicki Robinson, Bryan St 25.967 

3. Nancy Bishop, Scott 26.452 

4. Diane Morgan, SHA 26.512 

5. Kathy Moore, Conner 26.528 

6. Krissie Davis, Atherton 26.942 



5. 1 Meter Diving 

Ellen McGrath, Male 395.70 

Patsy OToole, SHA 385.95 

Paula Crail, N. Dame 364 25 

Gail Vasterling, Apollo 361.80 

Susan Weigel, KCD 360.60 

Mary Besten, Sayre 355.15 

6. 100 Butterfly 

Mary Meagher, SHA 55.772' 

Lisa Buese, KCD 56.159 

Gina Gatti, Walton Verona .. 1:00.605 
Lisa Goodman, Shelby Co. . 1:01.155 

Angela Fox, Male 1.01 .307 

Vicki Robinson, Bryan St. ... 1:01.801 

Meagher set a new state record in this 
event with a time of 55.772. 

7. 100 Freestyle 

Lisa Buese, KCD 52.591' 

Lauren Welting, Tates Creek . . 53.044 

Peg Saalfeld, Model 53.143 

Denise Buban, Lafayette 55.962 

Andrea Kuhl, Ft. Campbell 55.971 

Lisa Schreiber, VMA 57.399 

Buese set a new state record in her event 

with a time of 52.591'. 
8. 500 Freestyle 

1 . Mary Meagher, SHA 5:04.521 

2. Robin Browning, Central ... 5:11.311 

3. Lydia Plamp, KCD 5:22.474 

4. Ann Fisher, Warren Central . 5:23.411 

5. Tracey Robinson, Bryan St. . 5:30.431 

6. Lisa Crowe, Conner 5:30.919 

Meagher set a new state record in this 

event with a time of 55.772. 



9. 100 Backstroke 

1. Tori Trees, Atherton 

2. Julie Heidrich, Beechwood 

3. Teresa Barrington, LUD . . . 

4. Kelly Sammartin, Lafayette 

5. Amy Bateson, Highlands . . 

6. Tracie Hoffman, Shelby Co. 
Trees set a new state record in 

with a time of 59.730. 

10. 100 Breaststroke 

1 Bev Acker, Model 

2. Lisa Goodman, Shelby Co. . 

3. Dorothy Shearn, Atherton 

4. Lisa Woltenberg, N. Dame .. 

5 Tricia Miller, Waggoner 

6. Krissie Davis, Atherton 



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Acker set a new state record in this event 
with a time of 1:07.867. 

11. 400 Freestyle Relay 

1. Model (B. Lane, S. Torbett, B. Acker. 
P. Saalfeld) 3:44.383" 

2. Lafayette (M. Sammartin, K. Sammartin, 
L. Bridwell, D. Buban) 3:46.627 

3. Ky. Country Day (D. Buese, S. Jones, L. 
Plamp, L. Buese) 3:54.861 

4. Fort Campbell (K. Tye, MB. Sines, S. 
Squire, A. Kuhl) 3:57.719 

5. Central (R. Browning, W. McElroy, S. 
Brent, L. Frost) 3:44.383 

6. Notre Dame (J. Maier, M. Lueke, K. 
McPherson, L. Woltenberg) . 4:02.100 



Page Eight 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 



1981 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Championships 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Ky., Friday and Saturday, February 27 & 28, 1981 

BOYS' FINAL RESULTS 





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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

1. Saint Xavier (M Curley, J. Tierney. E- 
Schwietz, R. Ransdell) 1:42. 103* 

2. Covington Catholic (M. Dressman, 
B. Summe, S. Vennefron, J. Schep- 
er) 1:44.185 

3. Bowling Green (D. Powell, J Deller, J 
Sullivan, B. Rodgers) 1:44.403 

4. Tates Creek (J Bakehorn, C. Mathies. T. 
Welting, G. Yates) 1:48.383 

5. Henderson Co. (M. Logan, T. Logan, K. 
Utz, T. Thomason) 1 49.231 

6. Atherton (A. Camentz, S. Boyce, S. 

Wynkoop, S. Overstreet) 1:50.104 

St. Xavier set a new state record with 

their time of 1.42.103. 



2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

1. Bruce Dorman, KCD 143 466' 

2. Todd Barry, Central 1 46 899 

3. Ben Meisenheimer, Model .. 1.48 381 

4. Bruce Rodgers, B. Green ... 1:48.703 

5. Chris Padgett, Trinity 1:50,006 

6. John Konerman, Lloyd 1:50.806 

Dorman set a new state record in this 

event with his time of 1:43.466. 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 



1 . Jamie Barnett, Male 1 :58.067* 

2. Craig Oney Paul Blazer 1:58.803 

3. Eric Schwietz St. Xavier 2:01.824 

4. Mike Neal, Ballard 2:04.793 

5. Don Combs, Model 2:04.977 

6 Bobby Stapleton, West. Hills 2:06.588 

Barnett set a new state record in this 
event with his time of 1:58.067. 
4. 50 Yard Freestyle 



1. Steve Crocker, Franklin Simp. 22. 092" 

2. Mark Logan, Henderson 22.403 

3. Mark Ruck, Eastern 22.456 

4. Rob Wileman, Ballard 22.824 

5. Sean Schubert, Model 22.867 

6. Rick Staub, Cov. Cath 23.425 

Crocker set a new state record in this 

event with his time of 22.092. 

5. One Meter Diving 

1 Dan Watson, Russell 501.95' 

2. Robbie Cotterell, Russell 395.75 

3. Mark McLaughlin, St. Xavier ,. 364.15 

4. Brent Lichty, Model 360.55 

5. John Reinhardt, Male 360.10 

6- Tim O'Brien, Conner 353.85 

Watson set a new state record in the 
event with a score of 501.95. 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly 

1. Bruce Dorman, KCD 51.134' 

2. Mike Curley, St. Xavier 54.581 

3. Sean Schubert, Model 55.715 

4. Peter Fisher, Woodford Co. . . , 55.761 

5. Scott Vennefron, Cov. Cath. ., 56.165 

6. Tim Welting, Tates Creek 56.691 

Dorman set a new state record in this 

event with his time of 51.134. 

7. 100 Yard Freestyle 

1 Craig Oney, Cov Cath 47.951 

2. Ben Meisenheimer, Model .... 48.942 

3. Steve Crocker, Franklin Simp. 49.162 

4. Bruce Rodgers. Bowling Green 49 194 

5. Mark Ruck, Eastern 49.331 

6. Rob Wileman, Ballard 49.485 

Oney set a new state record in this event 

with his time of 47.951. 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle 

1. Todd Barry, Central 4:49.572 



Tim Welting, Tates Creek , . . 4:49.629 

Chris Padgett, Trinity 4:54.568 

John Konerman, Lloyd 4:59.865 

Scott Wynkoop, Atherton . . . 5:00. 881 
Kevin Bright, Scott 5:03.596- 

9. 100 Yard Bacl(Strol(e 

Eric Schwietz, St. Xavier 55.820 

Mike Curley, St. Xavier 55.835 

Matt Dressman, Cov. Cath. . . . 56.194 
David Frederick, Ft. Campbell , 59.601 
Dan Powell, Bowling Green ... 59.622 
Charles Oberst, St. Xavier . . 1:00.045 

10. 100 Yard Breaststroke 

Jamie Barnett, Male 1 :00.833' 

Don Combs, Model 1:01 .755 

John Tierney, St. Xavier 1:03,336 

Bobby Stapleton, West. Hills 1:04.315 

Mike Neal, Ballard 1:05.057 

Tim Roszmann, Lloyd 1:05.338 

Barnett set a new state record in this 

event with his time of 1:00.833. 

11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1. Model (B. Meisenheimer, L. Robinson, 
D. Combs, S. Schubert) . . . 3:19.085' 

2. Ballard (R. Wileman, P. Ackhoff, B. Pear- 
son, M. Neal) 3:20.804 

3. Paul Blazer (A. Kmecak, G. Paulsen, S. 
Kmecak, C. Oney) 3:24.489 

4. Covington Catholic (R. Staub, T. 
Loschiavo, J. Ralenkotter, S. Venne- 
fron 3:28.863 

5. Trinity (C. Padgett, G. Hogg, M. Mays, 
T. Leist) 3:30.212 

6. Saint Xavier (S. Makk, J. Schleck, D. 

Green, C. Oberst) 3:37,987 

Model set a new state record in this event 

with their time of 3:19.085. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 



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Page Ten 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 



1981 Boys' State Tournament Box Score Information 



Game 1 — Session 1 
Todd Central — Fred Harper 



Boyd County — Eugene Clark 



no 


player 


min 


tg 


iga 


ft 


Ita 


reb 


a 


pf 


Ip 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


50 


Woodard 


29 


5 


12 


3 


3 


9 


1 


4 


13 


25 


Sisler 


30 


7 


24 








4 


2 


2 


14 


42 


Glass 


30 V2 


6 


14 


2 


2 


5 


4 


4 


14 


41 


Vanhoose 


8 


2 


3 


2 


2 


7 





3 


6 


44 


Smith 


31 


8 


13 


8 


8 


9 





3 


24 


45 


Elswick 


14 


4 


6 


4 


6 


5 





4 


12 


40 


Burks 


31 


5 


11 


1 


2 


5 





3 


11 


31 


Fannin 


23 Vj 


4 


11 








9 


1 


3 


8 


12 


Rager 


15 





6 





1 


1 





3 





21 


Sisler 


18 


2 


3 





1 


4 


4 


3 


4 


22 


Harper 


17 





1 


3 


4 





2 


3 


3 


43 


Salyer 


1 





1 




















14 


Leavell 


1 


























11 


Stai 


24'/! 


1 


4 


2 


2 


1 








4 


20 


Cope 


1 














1 











55 


Wells 


24 


8 


13 


9 


13 


14 








25 


30 


Harris 


'/< 


























53 


Walter 


14 


1 


4 








1 


2 


1 


2 


34 


Naylor 


1 














1 











35 


Litteral 


1 


























52 


Woodard 


2 











1 














51 


Griffith 


1 


























54 


Shanklin 
Team 


1 



























33 


Sisler 
Team 


1 















2 













Total 


160 


24 


57 


17 


21 


31 


7 


20 


65 




Total 


160 


29 


69 


17 


24 


46 


9 


16 


75 






Game 2 


— Sessior 


1 












Laurel Co 


unty 


-Ch 


uck Broughton 












Mayfield 


— Roger Fields 
































no 


player 


min 


ig 


fga 


ft 


fla 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


52 


Parrott. C. 


25% 


11 


20 


4 


4 


12 


1 


5 


26 


32 


Karr 


21 '■: 





10 


4 


8 


10 


2 


5 


4 


50 


Sanderson 


26 '/j 


3 


5 


4 


7 


12 


1 


4 


10 


33 


Andrews 


3IV2 


5 


7 


4 


7 


9 





4 


14 


32 


Prince 


21 


4 


9 


4 


7 


6 





5 


12 


44 


Stidham 


23 


4 


7 


2 


2 


1 





4 


10 


24 


Flood 


31'/! 


3 


11 


7 


8 


6 


7 


2 


13 


14 


Maxie 


28'/! 


1 


12 


5 


7 


4 


4 


2 


7 


20 


Graham 


28 


2 


5 


2 


2 


4 


1 


5 


6 


25 


Bowling 


22 '/2 


2 


14 


8 


8 


8 





1 


12 


40 


Wastell 


6'/2 


1 


2 





1 


4 


1 





2 


10 


Sawyer 


12 


2 


3 











2 


4 


4 


30 


Jackson 


'/; 














1 











21 


Bruner 


7 


1 


3 





1 








2 


2 


22 


Owens 


7 


1 


2 





4 


2 


2 


2 


2 


34 


Rose 


2'/2 


1 


2 














3 


2 


12 


Gray 


12 





2 








1 


1 


1 





35 


Smith 


V2 


























14 


Moffitt 


V: 


























41 


Reed 


2 


1 


2 








3 








2 


4 


Parrott, J. 


'/; 




















1 





51 


Bowlmg 


7'/; 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 








3 


44 


Sherrill 


Vi 


























55 


Prince 


'/ 











1 
















Team 












2 










Team 












3 










Total 


160 


25 


56 


21 


33 


50 


14 


25 


71 




Total 


160 


18 


61 


24 


36 


40 


8 


25 


60 






G 


ame C 


— Session 2 














Allen County — 


3ary Shelton 












Bryan 


Station — 


Bob Barlow 






























no 


player 


min 


«g 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


Ip 


no 


player 


min 


(g 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pl 


tp 


20 


Conner 


29 


5 


9 


2 


2 


9 





3 


12 


35 


Harper 


31 


11 


21 


3 


9 


11 





3 


25 


31 


Berry 


22 


6 


11 


6 


6 


8 


1 


3 


18 


45 


Brown 


27 





2 


2 


3 


3 


1 


3 


2 


12 


Clay 


26 


7 


13 








4 


1 


1 


14 


31 


Spencer 


26 


1 


3 


1 


2 


7 








3 


00 


Byrd 


28 


8 


12 


1 


2 


2 


5 


4 


17 


40 


Hall 


25 





6 


1 


2 


3 





5 


1 


13 


Southworth 


17 


2 


4 








2 





1 


4 


30 


Rippy 


30 


3 


11 


1 


2 


2 





2 


7 


10 


Williams 


8 





2 














1 





22 


Pardue 


5 








2 


2 


1 





1 


2 


11 


Routt 


2 


1 


1 











1 





2 


11 


Graves 


4 





1 








1 











14 


Stevens 


1 


1 


1 














1 


2 


54 


Pardue 


1 


























15 


Sykes 


9 


1 


2 














1 


2 


53 


Harper 


2 


1 


1 

















2 


30 


Taylor 


2 


1 


1 














1 


2 


32 


Keen 


7 








2 


3 


3 





1 


2 


32 


Weathers 


2 











2 








1 





44 


Meador 


1 


























25 


Barber 
Team 


14 


1 


1 





1 



3 





1 


2 


50 


Harwood 
Team 


1 





























Total 


160 


33 


57 


9 


13 


28 


8 


18 


75 




Total 


160 


16 


45 


12 


23 


31 


1 


15 


44 






Game 4 — Session 2 














Mason 


Coun 


ty- 


Allen 


Feidh 


aus 












Shelby Coun 


ty- 


Tom Creamer 






























no 


player 


min 


«g 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


14 


Sullivan 


32 


7 


15 


1 


3 


6 


2 


3 


15 


33 


Middleton 


28 


5 


11 


3 


7 


6 


2 


4 


13 


40 


George 


24 


3 


5 


2 


2 


5 





4 


8 


5 


Jackson 


32 


6 


11 








3 





2 


12 


54 


Stoner 


32 


4 


10 


2 


4 


9 





1 


10 


40 


Orme 


32 


6 


11 








4 





2 


12 


32 


May 


32 


4 


12 


1 


6 


8 





3 


9 


44 


Feldhaus 


31 


5 


12 


2 


4 


8 


3 


2 


12 


50 


Chambers 


15 


1 


4 








3 


2 


3 


2 


4 


Jackson 


32 


1 


5 


2 


2 


3 


2 


2 


4 


10 


Vandertoll 





























52 


Pollitt 





























34 


Mason 





























13 


Crawford 


1 


























12 


Moore 





























12 


Feldhaus 


4 


























22 


Marshall 





























15 


Littleton 





























20 


Jones 


25 


4 


6 





2 


5 





3 


8 


21 


Hester 





























24 


Sullivan 





























10 


Bekand 





























30 


Wiley 
Team 






























51 


Liles 

Team 


















1 













Total 


160 


23 


48 


6 


17 


36 


4 


17 


52 




Total 


160 


23 


50 


7 


13 


25 


7 


12 


53 






Game 5 


— Session 


3 














Bu 


ler - 


Mike Durham 














Moo 


re — 


Tom Finnegan 
































no 


player 


min 


«g 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


P» 


tp 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


43 


Brown 


31 


12 


23 








9 


1 


3 


24 


11 


Lucas 


32 


2 


4 





3 


4 





4 


4 


51 


Thompson 


23 


4 


7 





1 


8 





2 


8 


20 


Belts 


29 


2 


3 





1 


3 


3 


3 


4 


53 


Forrest 


32 


12 


26 


4 


8 


10 


2 


4 


28 


25 


Epperson 


32 


10 


21 


3 


7 


9 


1 


4 


23 


25 


Anderson 


25 


1 


7 


6 


6 


1 





1 


8 


10 


Robertson 


26 


9 


15 


4 


5 


2 





5 


22 


11 


Hubbs 


27 











1 


4 


4 


1 





21 


Porterfield 


31 


4 











5 


5 


1 


8 


35 


Davis 





























13 


Maier 





























21 


Pitts 





























14 


Ward 





























41 


Rein 





























22 


Williams 





























15 


Dickerson 


5 


2 


2 

















4 


24 


Jacobs 


10 


1 


1 








3 





1 


2 


55 


Phelps 


17 





1 








3 





3 





30 


Becker 





























5 


White 





























31 


Wolfe 





























GO 


Strasser 
Team 



















1 











32 


Ebel 
Team 


















2 













Total 


160 


31 


66 


10 


16 


36 


7 


14 


72 




Total 


160 


28 


53 


7 


16 


39 


9 


18 


63 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 



Page Eleven 







Game 6 — Session 3 














North Hard 


m — 


Ron Bevars 












Owensborc 


— Randy 


Embry 






























no 


player 


min 


tg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


22 


Hunter 


32 


11 


18 


6 


7 


6 





4 


28 


20 


Valentine 


31 


8 


16 


5 


7 


12 


2 


5 


21 


44 


Johnson 


15 


3 


5 


4 


9 


5 





1 


10 


52 


Murray 


30 


6 


11 





1 


5 





3 


12 


32 


McCormick 


24 


1 


3 


1 


5 


8 





4 


3 


50 


Burrow 


13 


3 


10 


2 


4 


3 





5 


8 


14 


James 


32 


3 


10 


2 


2 


2 


1 


2 


8 


25 


Jeter 


32 


6 


17 


2 


4 


8 





1 


14 


12 


Southerland 


17 





3 








2 


1 


5 





14 


Watts 


32 





1 


4 


4 


3 


1 


2 


4 


10 


Loucks 


21 


3 


8 


3 


4 


6 





2 


9 


51 


Barker 


15 


-0 


1 





2 


3 





2 





21 


Miller 





























21 


Spilman 


6 














2 





2 





24 


Taylor 


16 


1 


3 








1 


1 


2 


2 


15 


Gates 





























34 


Webb 





























23 


Deaton 





























40 


Wilson 





























10 


Sutton 





























42 


McFarland 





























12 


Allen 


1 


























52 


Pewitt 
Team 


3 














1 

5 











24 


Peterson 
Team 



















1 













Total 


160 


22 


50 


16 


27 


36 


3 


20 


60 




Total 


160 


23 


56 


13 


22 


37 


3 


20 


59 






Game 7 


— Session 4 














Clay County — 


Bob Keith 














Virgie — 


Bob Osbo 


rne 
































no 


player 


min 


«g 


Iga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


P« 


Ip 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


50 


Osborne 


22 


3 


5 








2 





5 


6 


30 


Brown 


25 


4 


8 


4 


7 


5 





2 


12 


22 


Johnson 


30 


4 


8 


6 


7 


16 


4 


1 


14 


20 


Hampton 


27 


2 


7 


2 


6 


5 





2 


6 


42 


May 


31 


13 


18 


12 


14 


22 





4 


38 


42 


Bowling 


31 


4 


13 





2 


6 





3 


8 


20 


Rowe 


30 


7 


18 


5 


6 


4 


10 


2 


19 


24 


Corum 


30 


8 


18 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


20 


44 


Napier 


31 


3 


7 








3 


2 


3 


6 


14 


Roberts 


29 


8 


15 


4 


6 


2 


1 


5 


20 


32 


Jarrell 


9 





1 


1 


2 








1 


1 


34 


Combs 


2 




















1 





12 


Newsome 


2 








2 


3 








1 


2 


32 


Combs 


13 


2 


4 





1 


5 





4 


4 


40 


Casebolt 


1 





1 





2 


1 





1 





52 


Griffin 


1 




















1 





34 


Osborne 


1 





1 


3 


4 


3 








3 


10 


Combs 


1 


1 


1 

















2 


24 


Tackett 


1 














1 











50 


Cornett 





























14 


Belcher 


1 


























54 


Hall 





























30 


Gould 
Team 


1 















2 





1 





12 


McWhorter 
Team 


1 





1 















2 







Total 


160 


30 


58 


29 


38 


54 


16 


19 


89 




Total 


160 


29 


67 


14 


26 


27 


4 


23 


72 






Game 8 — Session 4 














Simon 


Kenton — 


Larry Mill 


3r 












Knott Central — Harold Combs 






























no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


IP 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


44 


Collins 


32 


10 


19 


8 


8 


11 


1 


4 


28 


40 


McKinley 


32 


14 


25 





1 


7 


2 


3 


28 


24 


Stamper 


32 


8 


18 


4 


7 


5 





1 


20 


41 


Meier 


21 


5 


8 


2 


4 


10 


2 


3 


12 


34 


Conley 


32 


4 


6 


2 


4 


7 





1 


10 


32 


Dixon 


28 


2 


5 


4 


8 


6 





4 


8 


30 


Combs 


22 





1 











1 


4 





5 


Ponzer 


32 


2 


12 


1 


3 


3 


3 


4 


5 


14 


Adams 


24 





3 


4 


5 


4 





5 


4 


12 


Mullins 


32 


2 


5 


1 


3 


1 


1 


3 


5 


22 


Moore 





























11 


Dougherty 


15 


2 


4 


2 


4 





3 


3 


6 


50 


Collins 





























35 


Medley 





























54 


Steele 





























33 


Callahan 





























10 


Christian 


13 





2 








2 


1 


5 





42 


White 





























12 


Slone, A. 





























14 


Jennings 





























52 


Slone, J^ 


5 














2 











3 


Brosky 





























20 


Slone. 1 
Team 






























21 


Downs 
Team 
































Total 


160 


22 


49 


18 


24 


31 


3 


20 


62 




Total 


160 


27 


59 


10 


23 


27 


11 


20 


64 






Game 9 — Session 5 














Mayfield 


— Roger Fields 












Boyd Cou 


rity - 


- Eugene "Jeep' 


Clark 






























no 


player 


min 


ig 


fga 


It 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


ip 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


24 


Sisler, Kent 


27 


12 


30 


3 


8 


9 


1 


4 


27 


52 


Parrot 


28 


11 


17 


1 


3 


14 





5 


23 


40 


Vanhoose 


22 


1 


4 


1 


3 


8 





2 


3 


50 


Sanderson 


28 


5 


7 


3 


9 


5 





3 


13 


44 


Elswick 


22 


2 


6 


1 


1 


6 


1 


4 


5 


32 


Prince 


32 


8 


16 





1 


12 





2 


16 


30 


Fannin 


25 


5 


12 








4 





2 


10 


24 


Flood 


32 


1 


11 


7 


8 


3 


3 


3 


9 


20 


Sisler, Kevin 


14 


2 


7 











1 


3 


4 


20 


Graham 


32 


4 


7 





1 


5 


2 


4 


8 


42 


Salyer 


1 


1 


1 

















2 


40 


Wastel 


8 








2 


3 


3 








2 


10 


Stai 


16 


1 


4 


1 


3 


2 








3 


30 


Jackson 





























54 


Wells 


15 


2 


4 


4 


4 


7 





5 


8 


22 


Owens 





























52 


Walter 


18 


1 


3 








1 


2 


1 


2 


12 


Gray 





























34 


Litteral 





























14 


Moffitt 





























50 


Griffith 





























4 


Parrott 





























32 


Sisler 
Team 


















3 











44 


Sherrill 
Team 


















2 













Total 


160 


27 


71 


10 


19 


40 


5 


21 


64 




Total 


160 


29 


58 


13 


25 


44 


5 


17 


71 






Ga 


me 10 — Session 5 














Mason County — 


Mien 


Feldhaus 












Bryan 


Stall 


on — 


Bob Barlo 


w 






























no 


player 


min 


<9 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


Ip 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


Ip 


20 


Connor 


25 


4 


6 


2 


2 


7 





4 


10 


33 


Middleton 


32 


7 


10 


10 


14 


7 


2 


2 


24 


31 


Berry 


31 


12 


(16 


6 


6 


10 


1 


5 


30 


5 


Jackson 


32 


5 


9 








3 


1 


1 


10 


12 


Clay 


32 


10 


22 








2 


1 


2 


20 


40 


Oreme 


29 


3 


9 


3 


4 


8 





4 


9 


00 


Byrd 


27 


1 


10 


2 


4 


1 


1 


5 


4 


44 


Feldhaus 


32 


7 


13 


6 


9 


8 


2 


3 


20 


13 


Southworth 


11 





1 








4 





3 





4 


Jackson 


32 


2 


4 


2 


2 


4 





2 


6 


10 


Williams 


12 





2 








1 





2 





52 


Polhtt 


2 


























11 


Routt 





























13 


Crawford 





























14 


Stevens 





























12 


Feldhaus 


1 











1 














15 


Sykes 


20 





3 





1 


2 





1 





15 


Littleton 





























30 


Taylor 





























21 


Hester 





























32 


Weathers 





























10 


Beiland 





























25 


Barber 
Team 


2 














1 
2 





2 





51 


Liles 

Team 


















6 













Total 


160 


27 


60 


10 


13 


30 


3 


24 


64 




Total 


160 


24 


45 


21 


30 


36 


5 


12 


69 



Page Twelve 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1981 







Game 11 — 


Session 6 














Owensboro 


— Randy Embry 












Moore - 


- Tom Finn 


egan 
































no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


43 


Brown 


26 


5 


12 








8 








10 


22 


Hunter 


18 


5 


9 


3 


8 


3 


1 


5 


13 


51 


Thompson 


23 


3 


8 


2 


4 


7 


2 


3 


8 


44 


Johnson 


22 


5 


10 








8 





3 


10 


31 


Forrest 


28 


8 


22 


10 


12 


16 


4 


2 


26 


32 


McCormIck 


25 


1 


3 


2 


5 


3 





4 


4 


25 


Anderson 


21 


7 


9 


1 


3 


4 





3 


15 


14 


James 


25 


1 


7 


2 


5 


2 





4 


4 


11 


Hubbs 


19 


1 


1 


3 


5 


3 





1 


5 


12 


Southerland 


27 


4 


6 





3 


2 





2 


8 


35 


Davis 


3 





1 




















10 


Loucks 


18 


1 


3 


2 


2 


1 





3 


4 


21 


Pitts 


2 


























21 


Miller 


5 





2 














2 





41 


Rein 


3 














2 











24 


Taylor 


8 


2 


8 


1 


2 


1 








5 


15 


DIckerson 


14 


1 


2 


1 


2 








4 


3 


34 


Webb 


3 


2 


5 








2 








4 


55 


Phelps 


17 


2 


3 


1 


3 


8 





3 


5 


40 


Wilson 


2 


1 


1 








1 





1 


2 


5 


White 


2 





1 





1 


1 











42 


McFarland 


5 


1 


3 








2 





1 


2 


53 


Strasser 
Team 


2 





1 








1 
2 











52 


Pewitt 
Team 


2 















5 













Total 


160 


27 


60 


18 


30 


52 


6 


16 


72 




Total 


160 


23 


57 


10 


25 


30 


1 


25 


56 






Game 12 — Session 6 














Simon 


Kenton — 


Larrv 


Mill 


er 












VIrgle - 


- Bob Osborne 
































no 


player 


min 


fg 


(ga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


50 


Osborne 


29 


1 


2 


4 


5 


3 


3 


3 


6 


40 


McKlnley 


32 


16 


27 


7 


8 


13 





2 


39 


22 


Johnson 


26 


3 


6 


1 


1 


7 





5 


7 


41 


Meier 


32 


8 


18 


2 


3 


9 





4 


18 


42 


May 


32 


12 


20 


7 


12 


13 





1 


31 


32 


Dixon 


14 


5 


8 








4 





5 


10 


20 


Rowe 


32 


13 


25 


4 


5 





1 


4 


30 


5 


Ponzer 


15 


1 


4 


5 


8 





1 


4 


7 


44 


Napier 


24 


2 


4 








2 





3 


4 


12 


Mullins 


32 


1 


4 








4 


3 


2 


2 


32 


Jarrell 


1 


























11 


Dougherty 


23 


3 


4 


1 


2 


2 


1 


4 


7 


12 


Newsome 


16 








5 


6 





1 


4 


5 


35 


Medley 


12 





1 


1 


4 


4 





2 


1 


40 


Casebolt 





























33 


Callahan 





























34 


Osborne 





























42 


White 





























24 


Tackett 





























14 


Jennings 





























14 


Belcher 





























3 


Brosky 





























30 


Gould 
Team 





























21 


Downs 
Team 



















1 













Total 


160 


31 


57 


21 


29 


25 


5 


20 


83 




Total 


160 


34 


66 


16 


25 


37 


5 


23 


84 






Ga 


me 13 — Session 7 












Mason County — 


Mien 


^eldhaus 












May 


leld 


— Roger Fields 
































no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


fp 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


(ga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


52 


Parrott 


24 


5 


10 


1 


2 


3 





5 


11 


33 


Middleton 


31 


5 


10 


13 


13 


7 





1 


23 


50 


Sanderson 


23 


3 


10 








4 





2 


6 


5 


Jackson. C. 


24 


5 


7 








4 


1 


5 


10 


32 


Prmce 


21 


2 


3 





5 


5 





5 


4 


40 


Oreme 


29 


7 


11 


1 


2 


9 





4 


15 


24 


Flood 


31 


6 


15 








3 


4 


2 


12 


44 


Feldhaus 


31 


4 


10 


8 


8 


8 


1 


1 


16 


20 


Graham 


31 


3 


7 


5 


6 





3 





11 


4 


Jackson, T. 


28 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


1 


5 


4 


40 


Wastell 


13 


4 


6 


1 


3 


2 





4 


9 


52 


Pollitt 


2 














2 











30 


Jackson 


1 





2 








1 





1 





13 


Crawford 


5 

















1 








22 


Owens 


12 





1 








1 


1 


1 





12 


Feldhaus 


6 


1 


2 


3 


4 





1 


1 


5 


12 


Gray 


1 





1 





1 














15 


Littleton 


1 














1 











14 


Moffitt 


1 





1 


1 


2 


2 








1 


21 


Hester 


1 


























4 


Parrott 


1 














1 











10 


Beiland 


1 


1 


1 


4 


4 





2 


1 


6 


44 


Sherrill 
Team 


1 
















1 





2 





51 


Liles 

Team 


1 















3 













Total 


160 


23 


56 


8 


19 


23 


8 


22 


54 




Total 


160 


24 


43 


31 


33 


37 


7 


18 


79 






Game 14 — Session 7 














Simon 


Kenton — 


Larry 


Miller 












Moore — 


Tom 


FInnegan 
































no 


player 


min 


tg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


43 


Brown 


12 


2 


10 








2 





1 


4 


40 


McKlnley 


32 


10 


14 


13 


14 


8 


1 


3 


33 


51 


Thompson 


22 


2 


5 








1 





2 


4 


41 


Meier 


32 


7 


10 


1 


5 


12 





4 


15 


31 


Forrest 


32 


18 


41 


11 


14 


11 





3 


47 


32 


Dixon 


25 


6 


11 


1 


2 


5 





5 


13 


25 


Anderson 


31 


4 


6 


1 


3 


1 





4 


9 


5 


Ponzer 


25 


3 


8 





1 


10 


4 


2 


6 


11 


Hubbs 


30 








2 


2 


1 


1 


3 


2 


12 


Mullins 


32 








2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


35 


Davis 





























11 


Dougherty 


14 


1 


3 














2 


2 


21 


Pitts 





























35 


Medley 





























41 


Rein 


10 








2 


2 


2 





1 


2 


33 


Callahan 





























15 


DIckerson 


1 


























42 


White 





























55 


Phelps 


22 


1 


1 








5 





3 


2 


14 


Jennings 





























5 


White 





























3 


Brosky 





























53 


Strasser 
Team 



















1 











21 


Downs 
Team 


















2 













Total 


160 


27 


63 


16 


21 


24 


1 


17 


70 




Total 


160 


27 


46 


17 


24 


38 


7 


18 


71 






Ga 


me 15 — Session 8 














Simon 


Kenton — 


Larry 


Miller 












Mason County — 


Allen 


Feidh 


aus 






























no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


no 


player 


min 


fg 


fga 


ft 


fta 


reb 


a 


pf 


tp 


33 


MIddleton 


27 


7 


15 


6 


7 


4 





4 


20 


40 


McKlnley 


32 


7 


17 


3 


3 


11 


1 


2 


17 


5 


Jackson 


32 


6 


20 


1 


2 


1 





4 


13 


41 


Meier 


29 


5 


8 


6 


9 


9 





5 


16 


40 


Orme 


31 


6 


10 





1 


8 





3 


12 


32 


Dixon 


28 


8 


10 


2 


3 


6 





4 


18 


44 


Feldhaus 


31 


5 


17 


1 


2 


13 


3 


3 


11 


5 


Ponzer 


32 


4 


9 


5 


10 


9 


5 


4 


13 


4 


Jackson 


31 


2 


6 


2 


2 


2 





5 


6 


12 


Mullins 


32 


2 


4 


2 


5 


4 


4 





6 


52 


Point 


2 





1 




















11 


Dougherty 


6 





1 





1 





1 


1 





15 


Crawford 


1 








1 


2 











1 


35 


Medley 


1 


























12 


Feldhaus 


5 





1 














1 





33 


Callahan 





























15 


Littleton 





























42 


White 





























21 


Hester 





























14 


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10 


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3 


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51 


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5 











21 


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26 


70 


11 


16 


33 


3 


20 


63 




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160 


26 


49 


18 


31 


40 


11 


16 


70 



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(L. to R.) Front Row: Kim Garner. Second Row: Manager Melanle Blevins, Polly Wilson, Sliaron Jolinson, 
Robyn Edwards, Kathy Shadoan, Sherry Large, Manager. Back Row: Kelley Volers, Debbie Dixon, Jeanne 
Albright, Brenda Sutton, Peggy Herring, Lorl Mines, Coach Larry Hurt, Wllma Thompson, Coach Gall Hurt 
Lorl Muncy, Brenda Hurst, Cathy Chllders, Sheila Sutton, Pam Phlpps, StacI Acton. 
Cheerleaders: Teresa Gooch, MIckle Roberts, Linda Bowers, Annette Estes, Laura Martin, Mary Beth West, 
Melissa Phillips, Lisa Bumgardner. 



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MARSHALL COUNTY — RUNNER-UP 
1981 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(L. to R.) Front Row: Mitzi Birdsong, Kim Crowell, Karen Hensley, Glenys Riley. Bacl( Row: Coach Howard Beth, Shelly 
Rogers, Gaye Helkkinen, Shawna Smith, Tina Payne, Julie Schaper, Laura Seay, Alicia Hall, Lisa Jarrett, Secret Watkins, 
Belinda Talbert, Asst. Dianne Woolfolk. 

Cheerleaders: Tina Bulter, Way nette Hendrick, Jennette Orr, Amy Byars, Valari Anderson, Jennifer Lents, Jana Whetsell, 
Ebeth Farris. 



ROWAN COUNTY — SEMI-FINALIST 
1981 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(L. to R.) Kneeling: Melissa Jones, Amanda Sparkman, Annette Dawson, Robin Martin, Susan Barker, Melissa Powers, 
Cindy Lawson. Standing: Coach Claudia Hicks, Becky Prather, Vivian Flora, Jeanne Cornett, Pam Anderson, Debbie 
DeHart, Jelana Haney, Mary Beth Hamm, Cindy Rivers, Caryn Anderson, Karia May, Lori Powers, Vonda Ramey, 
Assistant Coach Sharon Whitaker. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLII - NO. 10 



MAY, 1981 



$2.00 Per Year 



Newlv Elected Board Members 





Eldon E. Davidson Robert L. Rogers 

The following school personnel will become members 
of the Board of Control effective July 1, 1981. Mr. Eldon E. 
Davidson, Principal of Monticello Independent Schools, 
representing Section 6: and Mr. Robert L. Rogers, 
Principal of Ballard Memorial High School, representing 
Section 1. 

Eldon E. Davidson was born at Carrie, Kentucky on 
April 26, 1923. He graduated from Hindman High School 
and is a Navy veteran of World War II. He graduated from 
Morehead University in 1950 and received his master's 
degree there in 1958. He did additional study at Murray 
University and Eastern University before receiving Rank I 
at Western Kentucky University. 

Mr. Davidson did his first teaching at Wheelwright 
High School and taught at Cordia High School and 
Hindman High School before going to Jenkins High 
School as principal in 1961. In 1965 he was hired as 
principal of Monticello High School where he is still 
employed. 

At present, Mr. Davidson is a member of the Board of 
Directors of the Kentucky Association of Secondary 
School Principals and is president of the Monticello Lion's 
Club. 

Mr. Davidson is married to the former Betty Sue 
Ritchie and they have three children — Karen March, John 
Walter and Richie Lando. 

Robert L. (Bob) Rogers, native of Hopklnsville, 
Kentucky; BS Bethel College, McKenzie, Tennessee, MA 
Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee; Rank 
I Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky; Teacher and 
Coach Louisville Male High, 1966-67; Teacher and Coach 
Earlington High School, 1967-69; Teacher and Coach 
Henderson City High School, 1969-71; Principal and 
Coach Earlington High School, 1971-73; Assistant 
Principal Christian County High School, 1974-76; 
Principal Webster County High School, 1976-80; Prin- 
cipal Ballard County High School, 1980 to present; 
Member KASA, KASSP, NASSP. 

Mr. Rogers is married to the former Gayle Renshaw of 
Crofton, Kentucky,and they have two children, Jeffrey age 
fourteen and Angela age twelve. 



Officials and Coaches 
Organizations Establislied 

The National Federation Council acted January 6 in 
New Orleans to establish national professional organi- 
zations for high school coaches and officials. Separate 
organizations for coaches and officials will be operative 
beginning with the 1981-82 school year and be named the 



National Federation I nterscholastic Coaches Association 
(NFICA) and National Federation Interscholastic Officials 
Association (NFIOA). 

An ad hoc committee was appointed by the National 
Federation's Executive Committee to prepare recom- 
mendations for the initial organization of these two assoc- 
iations. Under the chairmanship of Herman L. "Bubba" 
Scott, executive director of the Alabama High School 
Athletic Association as well as the Alabama High School 
Coaches Association, the ad hoc committee submitted 
several recommendations which have subsequently been 
refined and approved for immediate implementation by 
the Executive Committee. 

Stale Associations 
Involvement Significant 

A fundamental principle underlying theestablishment 
and continuity of the NFICA and the NFIOA is the direct 
administrative and cooperative involvement of state 
associations. Such participation by state associations 
should be a basic benefit to the high school coaching and 
officiating professions which cannot be realized by 
membership in any other professional organization. 
Although membership in eacfi association will be on an 
individual basis, it will permit an individual to be part of a 
national organization which is an integral part of, rather 
than extraneous to, the national and state bodies actually 
having the responsibility and authority for the promul- 
gation of playing rules and the administration of high 
school sports in the United States. The unmatched 
advantage accruing to individual coaches and officials 
because of this integral relationship will be the opportunity 
for professional growth while being represented through 
their own national professional organizations in providing 
meaningful input in a variety of ways to programs affecting 
them and administered by high school organizational 
sports authorities. 

Purposes and Objectives 
Outlined 

The NFICA and NFIOA will share common purposes 
and objectives in that basically the organizations will 
provide for professional growth of the individuals in their 
respective professions; provide services and enhance the 
image of interscholastic coaches and officials; provide for 
cooperation and development of prestige of their respec- 
tive professions through the efforts and coordination of 
state high school associations: provide an effective 
system of communications in each state between 
individual sports officials and coaches, local and regional 
associations, state organizations and the National 
Federation; and advance and preserve the educational 
nature of interscholastic athletics for boys and girls in the 
curricula of schools. 

Organizational Structure 

Both the NFICA and NFIOA will be governed by their 
own separate board of directors made up of eight in- 
dividuals, one from each of the eight geographical 
sections of the United States corresponding to the eight 
National Federation sections. Initially, the boards of 
directors will be nominated by state associations in those 
eight sections and selected by the National Federation 
Executive Committee. Special committees of active high 
school sports coaches and officials are to be selected by 
the NFICA and NFIOA boards to function in different areas 
such as membership, member services, publications, 
individual sports, awards and recognition, and other 
committees determined by the respective boards. 

Cont. on page 12 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1981 



MAY, 1981 



VOL. XLIII — NO. 10 



GAME GUY AWARD 



Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522, 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 
President .. Zeb Blankenship (1977-1981) Nicholasville 

Vice-Pres J.D. Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Directors .. Charles D. Black (1980-1984) Barbourville; 
John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon Coleman 
(1980-1984) Owensboro; Robie Harper, Jr (1979-1983) 
Drakesboro; Alvis Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; 
Walter J. Pickett (1980-1982) Valley Station; Barney 
Thweatt (1977-1981) Hopkinsville; Fairce O. Woods 
(1979-1983) Flemingsburg; Conley Manning, State Dept. 
of Education representative. 
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From the Commissioner's Office 



Minutes of the Board Meeting 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. office on 
Thursday, April 16, 1981. The meeting was called to order 
by President Zeb Blankenship at 2:00 P.M. with Board 
members Charles D. Black, John Brock, Whaylon 
Coleman, Robie Harper, Alvis Johnson, Walter Pickett, 
Barney Thweatt and Fairce O.Woods; Commissioner Tom 
Mills, Brigid L. DeVries, Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise 
present. Conley Manning was present representing the 
State Department of Education. The invocation was given 
by Zeb Blankenship. 

Whaylon Coleman moved, seconded by Alvis 
Johnson, that the minutes of the March meeting be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read the correspondence on the eligibility 
appeal case of Elizabeth Riggs who had been ruled 
ineligible under the provisions of By-Law 6, Section 1, 
Transfer Rule. After a lengthy discussion John Brock 
moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, that By-Law 6, 
Section 1, be waived and that she become immediately 
eligible at Male High School for athletic competition. The 
motion passed with a vote of 5-1-1. 

Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise reported the 
attendance at the 1981 Boys' State Basketball Tourna- 
ment as 112,856 with ticket sales of $525,549.50. The 
estimated expenditures are $128,186.23. 

The Girls' State Basketball Tournament had an at- 
tendance of 25,592 and ticket sales of $103,554.50 with 
expenditures of approximately $47,759.50. 

Mr. Mills read letters from Mr. Minter of the Lexington 
Center inviting the basketball tournament to Rupp Arena 
with rental fees quoted for the next three years. After a 
lengthy discussion Charles Black moved, seconded by 
John Brock, that based upon the financial success of the 
1981 tournament, Rupp Arena be the designated site of the 




Warren Phillips 



The Game Guy Trophy is annually awarded to a high 
school athlete in the State of Kentucky who has overcome 
a physical handicap and participated in high school 
athletics. Warren Phillips was the unanimouschoiceof the 
K.H.S.A.A. for the 1981 award. 

Warren was born without a left hand as his arm runs 
only to the wrist. He is a senior with a 3.8 grade point 
average, member of the National Honor Society and was a 
three year varsity letter winner. Warren has started at 
defensive end for the past two years. He played a key role 
in Southern High School's victory over St. Xavier this past 
football season. 

Warren was chosen as Mr. Trojan this year, which is 
the highest award that a student can receive at Southern 
High School. 

Ath. Dir. Jim Watkins, Southern High School, states in 
his letter of recommendation that he feels that Warren has 
overcome a severe handicap and has insured his future 
due to hard work and dedication. 



Boys' State Basketball Tournament for the years 1 982 and 
1983. The motion passed by a vote of 7-2. 

After a discussion on the site for the girls' basketball 
tournament, Walter Pickett moved, seconded by Alvis 
Johnson, that the site for the Girls' State Basketball 
Tournament for the years 1982 and 1983 be Eastern 
Kentucky University, Richmond. The motion passed by a 
vote of 7-2. 

Upon a motion by Whaylon Coleman, seconded by 
Fairce Woods and a unanimous vote of the Board the 
following changes in the 1981-82 basketball district 
alignment were approved: 

Evangel High School from District 21 to District 24, 
Region 7 

Ninth & O High School from District 22 to District 25 

Kentucky Country Day School from District 26 to 
District 28 

Lawrence County H.S. from District 57, Region 15, to 
District 64, Region 16 

President Zeb Blankenship presented the Staff Com- 
mittee report. He stated that it was the recommendation of 
the Committee that each member of the K.H.S.A.A. staff be 
granted a 9% increase in salary for the coming year. 
Barney Thweatt moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that 
the recommendation of the Staff Committee be accepted. 
The motion passed unanimously. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1981 



Page Three 



J. B. MANSFIELD AWARD 



TED SANFORD AWARD 








Laura Seay 



Allen L. Feldhaus, Jr. 



The J. B^ Mansfield Award for girls was won by Laura 
Say of IVIarsfiall County High School, Benton, Kentucky. 
The annual award inaugurated by the Courier-Journal and 
Times PS presented to the player in the K.H.S.A.A. Girls' 
State Basketball Tournament who excels in four areas: 
basketball ability, academic accomplishments, sports- 
manship, and citizenship. The selection was made by a 
committee of school personnel from throughout the state. 



To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted Sanford, 
former Commissioner of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association, the Courier-Journal and Times 
inaugurated the Ted Sanford Award to be given annually 
to a player in the K.H.S.A.A. Boys' State Basketball Tourn- 
ament who excels in four areas: basketball ability, 
academic accomplishments, sportsmanship, and citizen- 
ship. This year a committee composed of school 
personnel from throughout the state selected Allen 
Feldhaus of Mason County High School, Maysvllle, 
Kentucky. 



Mr. Mills presented a recommendation submitted by 
Board member J. D. Minnehan that based upon the 
increase in gate receipts from the 1981 Boys' and Girls' 
State Basketball Tournaments, the Board grant to the 
participating schools an additional $200.00 for each game 
they played in the tournament. This, he explained, would 
help defray some of the expenses incurred by the partici- 
pating schools. Robie Harper moved, seconded by 
Whaylon Coleman, that the recommendation be approved. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills presented a request from Prin. John 
Branson, Mason County High School, that By-Law 32 be 
waived to permit one of his students to participate in an all- 
star game prior to the closing of the school year. Follow- 
ing a discussion of the request, Charles Black moved, 
seconded by Walter Pickett, that the request be denied. 
The motion passed unanimously. 

Fairce Woods moved, seconded by John Brock, that 
Zeb Blankenship and J. D. Minnehan be named Delegate 
and Alternate respectively to the forthcoming Annual 
Meeting of the National Federation. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Brigid DeVries reported on a survey suggested by 



members of the Track Committee concerning the 
feasibility of continuing with the regionals and sectionals 
in the track program. After a discussion Barney Thweatt 
moved, seconded by John Brock, that the suggested 
survey be tabled. The motion carried unanimously. 

Billy V. Wise reported on a request for an Increase in 
game fees for varsity basketball officials. The suggested 
increases were (1) raise the fee from $25.00 to $30.00 and 
leave the mileage allowance the same or (2) Increase 
mileage from 1 5<I: to 20it and leave the fee the same. Fairce 
Woods moved, seconded by Charles Black, that this 
request be tabled. The motion passed unanimously. 

Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Charles Black, 
that the next meeting of the Board of Control be at Kenlake 
State Park, Aurora, Kentucky, July 24, 1981, at 9:00 A.M. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, 
that all bills of the Association for the period beginning 
March 1, 1981, and ending March 31, 1981, be allowed. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

There being no furttier business, Fairce Woods 
moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, that the meeting be 
adjourned. The motion carried unanimously. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1981 



1981 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS 





Lori Hines 



Troy McKinley 



The Most Valuable Player Award is presented annual- 
ly by the Lexington Herald. The recipient is determined by 
a vote of the coaches of the sixteen participating schools 
and a panel of sports reporters. 

The Most Valuable Player Award for the 1981 Boys' 



State Basketball Tournament was presented to Troy 
McKinley, Simon Kenton High School. 

The Most Valuable Player Award for the 1981 Girls' 
State Basketball Tournament was presented to Lori Hines. 
Pulaski County High School. 



1980-81 ANNUAL REPORT 
(Presented to Delegate Assembly) 



Three hundred fourteen schools joined the 
Association for the 1980-81 school year. Twelve of these 
schools enroll girls only and ten have only boys. In 1979-80 
there were 31 5 schools, in 1 978-79 there were 31 5. in 1 977- 
78 there were 313. 

There were 202 schools involved in football. Classes 
A, AA, AAA and AAAA championship games were played 
at the Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was approxi- 
mately 11,500 and gross receipts were $42,844.80. 
Expenses involved in conducting the state football 
playoffs were $27,581.95. Interest and attendance at the 
regional and semi-final games continued to increase 
resulting in greater revenue for the schools involved. 

In Cross Country 221 boys' teams entered twenty-two 
regional meets. One hundred fifty girls' terams entered all 
three classes in seventeen regions. Theexpenses incurred 
in sponsoring this sport were $10,836.58 and the receipts 
were $2,000.00. Classes A, AA and AAA were held in Lex- 
ington at the Kentucky Horse Park. 

The Wrestling program is going forward at a rapid 
pace. There were sixty-eight schools in the eight regions 
with the winner and runner-up in each weight class 
advancing to the finals. The championship tournament 
was held at Atherlon High School with receipts for the 
meet of $8,019.50 and expenditures of approximately 
$8,341.18. 

In Swimming thirty-four girls' teams and thirty-five 
boys' teams competed for the championships. The meets 
were held at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, on 
February 27-28. The receipts were $815.00 and the 
expenses were $6,881.19. 

There were nineteen schools with boys' Gymnastics 
teams and twenty-two with girls. There were two girls' 
regional meets held at Henry Clay High School and 



Kentucky Country Day School, but there was not sufficient 
number of boy's teams to justify a regional. The state 
meets were held at Eastern Kentucky University, Rich- 
mond, on February 21 . The receipts were $534.00 and the 
expenses were $2,444.26. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' and 
girls' district basketball tournament were $481,080.35 
while the regional tournaments took in $368,643.92, for a 
total of $849,724.27. Attendance at the Boys' State Tourn- 
ament was approximately 1 12,856 as compared to 85,360 
for last year. The gorss receipts this year for the tourna- 
ment is estimated at $525,549.50, with expenditures of 
approximately $128,186.23. 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament 
was 25,592. The gross receipts amounted to $103,554.50 
with expenditures of approximately $47,759.50. A 
complete report will appear in the audit. 

There were thirteen co-ed teams competing in the 
State Rifle Marksmanship Meet in Louisville. Expenses 
incurred were approximately $550.00. 

Approximately eighteen teams competed in the State 
Fencing Meet on April 4, 1981, at Atherton High School, 
Louisville. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was 
sixty-four. The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was 
held at Memorial Coliseum, Lexington, on October 24-25, 
1980. Expenses incurred were $8,005.95 with receipts ot 
$3,360.00. 

In the other sports that are to follow 274 baseball 
teams will compete in fifty-nine districts and sixteen 
regions; 240 girls' and 233 boys' track teams will compete 
in twenty-four regions each; 159 girls' golf teams and 207 
boys' teams will play in nineteen regions; 194 girls' tennis 

cont. on page 5 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1981 



Page Five 



GEORGE ROGERS CLARK — SEMI-FINALIST 
1981 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(L. to R.) Front Row: Dapline Harmon, Kandi Profitt, Sally Malley, Cindi Clay, Jeanne Kirk, Lisa Collins. Back Row: 

Coach Dan Hempel, Seleta Rose, Sheri Snapp, Velma Jordan, Stiaron Martin, Celia Cooper, Mgr., Deann Fuller, Lisa 

Hollon. 

Cheerleaders: Allison Clark, Janet Higgins, Patti Mathis, Leigh McMurry, Tracy Skinner, Luci Williams, Karen Taylor. 

Sponsor: Mrs. June Tompkins. 



Annual Report 
cont. from page 4 

teams and 189 boys' teams will play in eleven regions. 
State championship meets will be held in baseball at Fort 
Knox; Classes A, AA and AAA track at the University of 
Kentucky, Lexington; girls' golf at Elizabethtown Country 
Club, Elizabethtown; boys' golf at Anderson Golf Course, 
Fort Knox; tennis at the University of Kentucky, Lexington. 

Registering with the Officials' Division of the Assoc- 
iation are 1469 basketball officials, 730 football officials, 
663 baseball officials, 66 wrestling, 35 volleyball, and 78 
soccer officials. This is the first year for registering track 
officials and at this time we have 13 paid registrations; 
some are still incomplete. Assistant Commissioner Billy V. 
Wise conducted twelve clinics in football and sixteen in 
basketball for officials and coaches. Assistant Commis- 
sioner Louis Stout conducted twelve baseball clinics for 
officials and coaches throughout the state 

Five hundred sixty-seven football officials took the 
National Federation examination foradvanced ratingsand 
we now have 201 Approved officials and 339 Certified 
officials. Seven hundred thirty-two basketball officials 
took the test for higher rating and we have 316 Approved 
and 463 Certified basketball officials. One hundred sixty- 
six baseball officials took the test for higher rating and we 
now have 147 Approved and 92 Certified baseball officials. 
Ten wrestling officials took the test for higher rating and 
we now have 10 Approved and 6 Certified wrestling 
officials. Seven volleyball officials took the test for higher 
rating and all seven became Approved. Since this is only 
our second year of registration in volleyball, we have no 
Certified officials. There is no test for higher rating given at 



this time for soccer officials. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissioners 
and I are grateful for the cooperation the superinten- 
dents, principles, athletic directors and coaches have 
given us in running the program for the Association. 



SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF REGISTERED 

BASEBALL OFFICIALS — 1980-81 

(Continued from March Athlete) 

If one telephone number is listed, it is the home phone 
number unless otherwise indicated. If two numbers are 
listed, the first number is the home phone. 

Adams, George David — Box 35, Isom 41824 - 606/633- 

5457; 633-7787 
Adams, Ronald — 31 3 West Center, Mayfield 42066 - 247- 

5261 
Adkins, RockyJ. — Box162,SandyHook41171 -738-5332 
Alexander, Carlton Lee — Box 7, Brownsville 42210 -502/ 

597-2031; 597-3713 
Allen, Jeffrey M. — 23 Douglas Dr., Newport 41071 - 606/ 

781-2222 
Allen, Tom — Rolling Heights, Brandenburg 40108 - 422- 

4360; 422-4931 
Allison, Larry — Route 1, Carlisle 40311 - 789-2321; 724- 

5876 

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Minutes of 
Annual Meeting 



The Sixty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association was held at the office of the 
K.H.S.A.A., Lexington, on Friday morning, April 17, 1981. 
The invocation was given by Conley Manning. 

President Zeb Blankenship called the meeting to 
order at 11;00 a.m. and asked Assistant Commissioner 
Billy V. Wise to call th,e roll. Fifty-seven elected delegates 
or alternates answered the roll call. 

Commissioner Tom Mills then presented a report on 
the activities of the Association during the 1980-81 school 
year. W.P. Wheeler moved, seconded by Marshall 
Patterson, that the report be accepted. The motion carried 
unanimously. (The Commissioner's report Is printed 
elsewhere in this issue of the "Athlete.') 

President Blankenship stated that presentation of 
proposals was the next order of business. 

Jim Pursifull moved, seconded by Denzil Halbert.that 
Proposal I be tabled. Proposal I reads as follows: 

Superintendent Reed Conder, Marshall County 
Schools, proposed that Article IV, Section 2 (a). Repre- 
sentative, be changed to read as follows: "Each local 
Board of Education or the governing body of a private or 
parochial member school shall appoint one (1) 
representative for each member school within the school 
district or under their control to represent that school in 
the Association. Each school's representative shall have a 
weighted vote based on the average daily attendance in 
that school when his vote is cast in an election for 
membership to the Board of Control, for an election of a 
representative to the Delegate Assembly or all other 
matters including surveys or polls of the Representatives, 
that determine action or policy or the Association. The 
weight of the representative vote shall be calculated on the 
basis of one vote for each 100 students in average daily 
attendance or major portion thereof at that school. Only 
certified personnel employed by the local district, private 
or parochial school are eligible for appointment." 

The motion carried by a majority vote. 

Walter Pickett moved, seconded by Denval Barriger 
that Proposal II be adopted. Proposal II reads as follows: 

Principal Walter Pickett, Valley High School, 
proposes that Article V, Representation, be changed to 
read as follows: "In the Annual Meeting of the Association 
the delegates shall consist of one representative from each 
tournament district of the state. The secretary of the 
Kentucky Coaches Association, the president of the 
Kentucky Girls' Sports Association and the president of 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Directors' Association 
shall be voting members of the Delegate Assembly. The 
representatives shall be the delegates to the next Annual 
Meeting immediately following their election, and shall 
there transact all business of the Annual Meeting. None 
but these delegates shall have the right to vote in the 
Annual Meeting. There shall be no vote by proxy." 

The motion carried by a vote of 47-10. 

W.P. Wheeler moved, seconded by Timothy Barrow, 
that Proposal III be adopted. Proposal III reads as follows: 

The Board of Control of the K.H.S A.A. proposed that 
By-Law 6, Section 1, Transfer Rule, be changed to read as 
follows: "Any student who represents a secondary school 
in a first team game in any sport after enrolling in the ninth 
grade and who changes schools shall be ineligible for 
thirty-six school weeks. If there is a corresponding change 
in the residence of the parents, divorce or death of one or 
both of the parents, the Commissioner may waive the 
penalty in any case where there is evident injustice." 

The motion carried by a vote of 54-0. 



Prin. A.K. Draut moved, seconded by Prin. Thomas 
McCarthy, that Proposal IV be adopted. Proposal IV reads 
as follows: 

The Board of Control of the K.H.S. A. A. proposed that 
By-Law 32 be changed to read as follows: "A student who 
has represented a member school as a first team player in 
football or basketball shall not compete in an all-star or 
post-season game during the remainder of that academic 
school year unless it is sanctioned by the Board of Control. 
The penalty for violation shall be loss of eligibility in all 
sports for the remainder of that academic school year. A 
student who has been a first team player in football or 
basketball and has eligibility remaining in these sports 
shall not take part in an all-star or post-season game 
during the remainder of that academic year unless it is 
sanctioned by the Board of Control. The penalty shall be 
loss of eligibility for one year." 

The motion carried by a vote of 42-14. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned by President Zeb Blankenship. 



Rifle 

Marksmanship 

Results 



Thomas Jefferson High School won the team and 
individual State Rifle Marksmanship Championship on 
April 4, 1981. The team score was 1414 with Charles 
Thompson taking individual honors with a score of 292. 

Ten teams competed in the tournament which was 
held at Jeffersontown High School. Team scores are as 
follows: 

Thomas Jefferson (1414) — Fitch, 277: Thompson 
292; McWilliams, 283; Williams, 286; Bridwell, 276 

Greenup County (1368) — Duncan, 286; Dowdell, 272; 
Floyd. 281; Potter, 267; Adkins, 262. 

Fern Creek ( 1 350) — Engle. 262; Blacketer, 286; Boyd, 
250; Duncan, 268; French, 284. 

Jeffersontown (1317) — Luhrsen, 284; Smith, 263; 
Prater, 261; Troutman, 263; Davenport, 246. 

Owensboro (1273) — Johnston, 273; Lyons, 235; 
Bryant, 238; Holton, 271; Davis, 256. 

Male (1186) — Becker, 263; Wood, 220; VanBuren. 
233; Stacy, 259; South, 211. 

Mason County (1156) — Poe, 239; Trumbo, 224; 
McDowell, 234; Wheeler, 234; McCann, 225. 

Bourbon County (1150) — Johnson, 245; Bills, G., 
251; Nash, 238; Bills, A., 228; Reynolds, 188. 

Breathitt County (1114) — Clemmens, 240; Joseph, 
185; Allen, 261; Miller, 242; Stacy, 186. 

Millersburg Military Inst. (1097) — Hardy, 259; Carse, 
248; Johnson, 242; Langston, 156; Montano, 202. 



Baseball Officials 

Cont. from Page 5 

Andress, Bill — 67 Burney Lane, Ft. Thomas 41075 - 781- 
2461; 621-3720 

Armstrong, Milton Ed — 816 College Ct., Murray 42071 - 
767-4798 

Arnold, James R. — 6949 Lynnfield, Cincinnati, OH 45243 
- 891-7724; 561-4225 

Ashley, Kenneth — 108 Ohio, Somerset 42501 -606/678- 
8891; 679-1123 

Baker, David W. — Box 23, Georgetown College, George- 
town 40324 - 502/863-7158; 863-8440 

Baldwin, Carl Ray — Rt.4 Box 917, Williamsburg 40769 

Cont. on Page 8 



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Baseball Officials Burgess, Richard N. — Box 452. Bardwell 42023 

Cont from Paoe 7 Butcher, Stephen D. - Box 14, Meally 41234 - 789-7084; 

432-2733 
Camacho, Marcus — Rt. 1 , Glencoe 41 046 - 606/643-5601 ; 
Barnhill, E. Carl — 416 Columbia Way, Bowling Green 824-4659 

42101 - 502/781-5400; 781-9600 Cambron, John Lane — 4 Congress Dr., Morganfield 
Bartley, David — Rt. 1 Box 24, Summer Shade 421 66- 502/ 42437 - 502/3087 

428-5755; 651-9361 Cardwell, Danny K. — Rt. 1, Morgantown 42261 -502/526- 
Bates, J.R. — Box 2, Ermine 41815 - 832-4487; 832-6735 -^°^2 

Baumgardner, James D. — 3604 Laredo, Lexington 40502 - Carroll, Johnny W. — Box 320, Benham 40807 - 606/848- 

273-3943; 254-9223 2827 

Beach, FrankieL. —Rt. 7 Box 45, Franklin 42134 -502/586- Charles, Paul Mitchell — 178 Leader Ave., #16, Lexington 

3431; 586-4451 40508 - 254-5231 

Beall, Mel L. — 1281 Ak-Sar-Ben Pk., Lexington 40507 - Childers, James — Box 1 Shelby Gap 41563 - 639-6614 

606/272-4734; 269-5321 Christofield, Andrew J. — 428 Elm, Ludlow 41016 - 
Bearden, Fletcher L. — 162 Charter Oaks Dr., Louisville 606/581-4432; 356-3146 

40222 - 267-4761; 456-2530 Clark, James Russell — Rt. 1 Box 155, Whitesville 42378- 
Behymer, Richard R. — Rt. 2, Box 57, Brooksville 41004 - 233-5742 

606/735-3166; 735-2154 Clark, William Sid III — 801 James Garrard Dr., 
Bell, Steve — Rt. 4 Albany 42602 -606/387-6521; 387-6611 Owensboro 42301 -926-1512; 748-2893 

Berkhimer, Lewis — Rt. 23D Turner Br, Palntsville 41 240- Claunch, Robert L. — 109 Crab Orchard St., Somerset 

606/297-4018; 789-4890 42501 

Biggerstaff, Ronnie — Rt 1 Box 62, Thornton 41855 -633- Claycomb, Joseph D. — Rt. 1, Box 160, Vine Grove 40175 

0742; 633-4422 828-2305; 624-4740 

Billingsley, David Lee — Rt. 5, Russellville 42276 -502/726- Coleman, Clarence R— 1308 Herr Lane, Louisville 40222- 

2200; 755-4823 502/426-5288; 368-2536 

Billips, Douglas A. — Rt. 5 Box 338A, Berea 40403 - 606/ Collins, Ricky — Box 1086, Whitesburg 41858 - 606/633- 

986-1685; 986-4911 4310 

Bingham, Robert F. — Rt. 4 Box 435, Shelbyville 40065 - Compton, William L. — Rt.3, Louisa41230-638-9176;266- 

502/633-5584; 456-4624 6273 

Black, Billy R. — Rt. 32 MSU TP#103, Morehead 40351 - Conley, Greg G. — 326 Sycamore #1, Lexington 40502 - 

783-1448; 784-5102 269-5919; 255-5651 

Blair, Gregory — 112 Main St., Apt. 5, Paintsville 41240- Conley, Kay G. —453 Locust St., Carlisle 40311 -606/289- 

Bus. 789-5226 5402 

Blair.Jeff — Box224,Hindman41822-606/785-4664;785- Conley, Mark R — 3217E. Holt St , Ashland 41101 -325- 

3133 3351 

Bodine. David G. — Rt. 4 Box 179A, Shelbyville 40065 - Conn, Ricky Joe — Box 17, Ivel 41642 - 478-5987 

633-5760 Cooper, Frederick —4811 Lunenburg Dr., Louisville 40223 
Bonzo, Jim R. — 1106 Wurtland Ave., Wurtland 41144 - - 502/241-5186; 245-2893 

836-1985; 329-7462 Cooper, Kent J. — Box 1143, Campbellsville 42718 - Bus. 
Bottom, Ronnie — Rt. 1 Elmburg, Pleasureville 40065 - 502/465-8158 

461-7596; 633-4230 Cooper, Willie V. — 2550 LaClede, Paducah 42001 - 443- 
Bowman, James R. — Box 82, Booneville 41 314 -606/593- 3107 

5124; 593-5185 Cope, Nathan — Rt. 2, Booneville 41314 - 593-6148; 593- 
Bowman, Joe B. — Rt. 3, Tompkinsville 42167 - 487-6059 5185 

Bradley, Roberto. Jr. —2203 Grand Ave., Louisville 40211 Cornelison, Michael R. — Box 7, Berea 40403 - 606/986- 
Branscum, Alan Wade — 100 Bicknell Dr., Wilmore 40390 9568; 233-2557 

- 858-4257 Cornett, C.W. — Rt. 32 Tr #40A, Morehead 40351 - 784- 
Branscum, John W. — 100 Bicknell Dr., Wilmore 40390 - 8002; 784-4320 

858-4257 Cottrell, Danny Joe — Box 206, Simpsonville 40067 - 502/ 
Branstetter, Charles E. — 1410 Circle Dr., Bowling Green 722-5136; 722-8849 

42101 - 782-2671; 842-0104 Cox, James L. — 2821 Girard Dr., Louisville 40213 - 964- 
j^ Brausch, William David — 22 Goetz Dr., Cold Spring 41076 6076; 637-3598 

- 781-1429 Crick, Dwaine — Box 373, Nortonville 42442 - 676-8397 
Breegle, Bruce M. — 1536 Chestnut St., Bowling Green Crooks, Keith Leroy — 109 Merriwood Pkwy, Hopkinsville 

42101 - 842-0778; 843-1814 42240 - 886-8751 

Brewer, Darryl — Rt. 8 Concord Rd., Richmond 40475 - Cull, Robert E. — Rt. 2, Owenton 40359 - 502/484-3141 

606/623-7756; 623-2416 484-3113 

Broadhead, Edwin K. — Box 438 SBTS Lexington Rd., Cummins, Emmett Ray "Dutch" — 8705 Fern View Dr., 

Louisville 40280 - 897-4188 Fern Creek 40291 - 239-4014 

Brown, James W. — Rt. 2, West Paducah 42086 - 488-3793 Dalenburg, Danny — Rt. 4 Box 590, Olive Hill 41 164-606/ 
Brumback, Steve — 104 Dan Dr., Versailles 40383 - 873- 286-2781 

8719; 873-8161 Dalenburg, Timothy — Rt. 4 Box 590, Olive Hill 41164 - 
Bullock, James D. — Rt. 4 Box 66, Madisonville 42431 - 606/286-2781 

825-0788; 812/464-9579 Daniel, Roger — Box 15, Paintsville 41240 - 789-3372 

Bundy, Chris W. —525 ManchesterSt.,Barbourville40906 Daniel, Roger T. — Box 15, Paintsville 41240 - 789-3372; 

- 606/546-8679 886-231 1 

Bundy, Gerald — 525 Manchester St.. Barbourville 40906 Daniels, Donald R. Jr. — Box 186, Wheelwright 41669 - 

- 546-8679; 546-3404 606/452-4118 




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Davidson, Leamon L. — Rt. 2 Box 537C. Barbourville 40906 

- 606/546-4868; 546-5143 

Davis, Jimmy W. — Rt. 1, Sacramento 42372 - 502/736- 

2263 
Davis, Larry R. — 3704 Longviev*/ Rd., Louisville 40299 - 

491-4356: 499-1441 
Day, Douglas B. — 240 Shreveport, Nicholasville 40356 - 

887-1801; 255-7756 
Deaton, W. Gary — Ricetown 41364 - 606/593-6531; 593- 

5185 
Demaree, Lonny A. — 972 DePorres Ave., Lexington 40505 

- 252-4167; 232-4143 

Devisees, William L. Jr. — 7007 Ashby Lane, Louisville 

40272 - 935-8724 
Ditto, Fred K. — 1038 Wooddale Rd., Brandenburg 40108 

- 422-4306; 422-2101 x-5412 

Diuguid, Duane — 2000-B Calvin Dr., Hopkinsville 42240 

- 502/886-8491 

Divine, Wayne L. — 626 Walnut, Central City 42330 - 754- 

2783; 754-4474 
Dooley, Terry — US 60 Trailer Ct., Hardinsburg 40143 
Dorris, James A. — 30 W. Lake St., Madisonville 42421 - 

502/821-5702 
Dotson, Scott J. — 6137 Alexandria Dr. Apt B, Evansville 

IN 47715 - 812/473-2961; 477-8811 
Duerson, William R. — Rt. 2, Paint Lick 40461 - 925-4072; 

925-4071 
Duff, Eddie — Box 142, Booneville 41314 - 593-5137; 593- 

5185 
East, William L. — 402 Linda Dr., Hopkinsville 42240 - 886- 

2146; 886-5259 
Ectiols, Robert — Box 348 Kirwan Tovi^ers UK, Lexington 

40526 - 257-4002 
Eddleman, Sterling Ttiomas — 12600 Taylorsville Rd., 

Louisville 40299 
Edmondson, Johnny B. — Rt. 1, Box 232, Glencoe41046- 

606/643-5288 
Edw/ards, David — Lee's Jr. College, Jackson 41 339 - 666- 

9297 
Edwards, LonnieW. — Rt. 11 Box 295, London 40741 -864- 

6325; 864-2251 
Edwards, Stiawn — 303 North 3rd St., Central City 42330 
Elbert, James F. — 3605 Hycliffe Ave., Louisville 40207 - 

502/896-1274; 245-8677 
Elkin, Mike — 1429 Arlington Dr., Richmond 40475 - 606/ 

623-6434; 623-4959 
Ellington, John — 6880 Green Meadow Cr., Louisville 

40207 - 895-6375 
Elliott, BillyA.— 315 N.Brookhaven, Somerset 42501 -679 

-2921; 679-7432 
Ellis, Bryon Keith — Rt. 5 Box 285, Russell Springs 42642 - 

502/866-5616 
Elmore, Jimmy A. — 403 Mike St., Elizabethtown 42701 - 

502/737-8679; 769-2918 
Emmons, Guy W. — Rt.2Box51,LanesvillelN47136-812/ 

952-3850; 502/367-1781 
Engle, Vincent K. — Rt. 7, Apt. 12, Richmond 40475 -489- 

4259 
English, Paul A. Jr. — Rt. 6, Versailles 40383 - 873-5212; 

232-3994 
Erwin, Mark — Box 393, Irvine 40336 - 606/723-4076 
Estes, Walter R— 5736 Graham Lane, Owensboro 42301 - 

502/281-5609; 729-4052 
Evans. Daniel E. — Box 457, Middlesboro 40965 — 606/ 

248-6327; 273-5056 
Evans, Ronnie B. — 521 Short White Oak Rd., Russell 

41 169 — 836-1709; 325-8456 
Fallin, George Michael — Rt. 1, Box 947, Hawesville 42348 

- 502/927-6860; 927-6954 

Ferrell, Gene Lawrence — 2200 Surrey Dr., W., Owensboro 
42301 — 502/684-0912; 764-1041 



Flaugher, Jeffery L. — Rt. 2, Box 283, Grayson 41143 — 

606/474-4253; 474-6671 
Flickinger, Robert E. — Rt, 4, Box 221, Glasgow 42141 — 

428-2175 
Fliehman, John R. — Syck Tr. Ct., Chloe Rd., Pikeville 

41501 — 432-8319 
Ford, John W. — Med Co USA MEDDAC, Ft. Knox 40121 — 

624-1614; 624-9495 
Foutch, Enoch — 810 College Rd., Cumberland 40823 — 

606/848-2587; 573-5000 
Frazier, Earsel Lee — Box 378, Allen 41601 — 606/874- 

2905; 886-8166 
Froedge, Mark Wayne — Rt. 1, Box 74, Edmonton 42129 

— 502/432-2592 

Gabbard, William W. — Box 302, Booneville 41312 — 593- 

6578; 593-5185 
Gaddis, Scott G. — Rt. 1, Box 228, Owensboro 42301 — 

502/281-5275 
Gaines, Curtis, 319A Spring Garden, Henderson 42420 

— 827-0458; 827-3537 

Gardner, Bobby — Box 404, Harrodsburg 40330 — 734- 

2400; 734-5423 
Giacone, Scott "Tony" — Rt. 1, Box 51, Paint Lick 40461 

— 606/986-8298 

Gibson, Gary F. — 4006 Peachtree, Louisville 40215 — 

366-4772; 361-0174 
Gibson, Rodger D. — 906 Lochridge, Mayfield 42066 — 

247-3313 
Gilmore, Donald — 915 East 18th St., Hopkinsville 42240 
Giordano, Al — 99 Holly Lane, Princeton 42445 — 502/ 

365-5680; 365-3531 
Goodhoe, Roy L. Jr. — 1 104 Shannon Way, Bowling Green 

42101 — 781-4066 
Goodlett, Ronald Lee — 351 Princess Cir., Versailles 40383 

— 606/873-5754; 873-7374 

Gosnell, Douglas Edward — Rt. 1, Philpot 42366 — 729- 

4414 
Gosney, Donna — 2147 Memorial Parkway, Ft. Thomas 

41075 — Bus. 292-6371 
Graham, Keith T. — 116 Westvlew Dr., Bardstown 40004 

— 502/348-2015; 258-4096 

Grant, William C. — 415 Sixth St., Dayton 41074 — 606/ 

292-0819; 615/559-1900 
Green, Freddie M, — Rt. 2, Hickory 42051 — 502/247-5168 
Green, Larry J. — 520 E. Clay, Clinton 42031 — 502/653- 

6095; 653-2461 
Grogan, Phillip R. — 152 Whispering Hills, Bowling Green 

42101 — 502/781-4246 
Gross, Thomas H. Ill — 1162 Main St., Jackson 41339 — 

Bus. 606/666-7531 
Haines, Michael — 179 Leader Avenue Apt. 12, Lexington 

40508 — 606/254-8913 
Hale, David — Wellington 40387 — 606/768-3474; 784- 

6872 
Hall, Omery C. — HI Hat 41636 — 377-2937; 368-2101 
Hamilton, Daniel M. — 73 Flintlock Dr., Burlington 41005 

— 586-7271; 525-1313 

Handy, Gene A. — Rt. 3, Box 1 29, Ashland 41 1 01 — 928- 

5641 
Harbison, Larry W. — Rt. 1, Box 35B, Edmonton 42129 — 

502/432-3065; 565-3215 
Hardesty, Francis L. — 113 Laurel Way, Versailles 40383 

— 606/873-9635 

Hardin, Don G. — Box 88, Morehead 40351 — 606/784- 

7698; 845-9871 
Hargrove, David L. — 101 N. 16th, Murray 42071 — 502/ 

753-9101; 856-3469 
Harkleroad, Thomas S. — Rt. 4, Box 131, Berea 40403 — 

606/986-3025; 623-4750 
Harlan, Bobby Ray — Rt. 1 , Mt. Hermon 421 57 — 427-3922; 

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Harlan, Tony M. — Rt. 5, Tompkinsville 42167 — 487-5727 
Harlow, Mark S. — Virginia Apts. #14, Williamson WV 

25661 — 304/235/2643; 606/432-9200 
Harmon, Barry — 3937 Decoursey, Covington 41015 — 

261-9015; 421-5511 
Harmon, Randall T. — Rt. 1, Sharpsburg 40374 — 606/ 

674-6437 
Harris, Tony M. — Flat Gap 41219 — 265-3237 
Hatfield, Charles Allen — 5403 Adkins Rd., Louisville 

40219 — 969-8669; 583-1683 
Hatton, Mike — Rt. 2, Carlisle 40311 — 289-5893 
Hause, Martin B. — Box 251, Brooksville 41004 — 606/ 

735-2988; 735-3553 
Hawkins, Stewart D. — Broadway, Chaplin 40012 — 502/ 

673-3436; 348-3991 
Hayes, Bob -^ Box 362, Greenup 41144 — 606/473-7859; 

473-9812 
Haynes, Stephen, #9 Western Hills Tr. Pk., Bowling Green 

42101 — 781-9039 
Heaberlin, William S. Jr. — 3223 E. Holt St., Ashland 41 101 

— 329-1584; 739-4166 X-8441 

Henry, Tony A. —801 Hampton Rd., BowlingGreen 42101 

— 843-8786; 842-6134 

Hensley, Jerry — 453 Duell, Versailles 40383 — 606/873- 

8972; 502/564-4284 
Hensley, Larry G. — Box 184, Stone 41567 — 606/353- 

9819; 353-7241 
Henson, Tunis L. — 124 Lyttleton Rd., Manchester 40962 

— 598-3643; 598-6232 

Herdman, Bruce P. — Box 7059, W. Liberty 41472 — 606/ 

743-4674; 743-3705 
Herp, James R. — 9815 Timberwood Circle, Louisville 

40223 — 502/244-0433; 361-9246 
Herp, Ken Jr. — 2613 Merhoff, Louisville 40217 — 502/ 

634-8931; 581-5143 
Higgins, James P. — 1125 LaVista Way, Louisville 40219 

— 502/969-5267; 456-1291 

Hill, Charles R. "Chuck" — 249 Sampson Lane, Barbour- 

vllle 40906 — 606/546-4478; 546-4147 
Hill, Christopher D. — 653 Linda Avenue, Danville 40422 

— 236-4140 

Hill, Myron K. — 221 1 Circle Dr., Lexington 40505 — 606/ 

299-6632; 987-7900 
Hiipp, Louis E. — 5802 Mt. Everest Dr., Louisville 40216 — 

448-2435; 933-2690 
Hilton, Billy A. — 110 Ball Avenue, Springfield 40069 — 

336-7594; 336-3403 
Hobbs, C. V. Jr. — 627 Westview Dr.. Ashland 41101 — 

324-9439; 329-1777 
Hobgood, David Keith — Rt. 1, Sacramento 42372 — 502/ 

736-5900 
Hohman, Gary P. — 824 North 19th, Murray 42071 —502/ 

753-7430; 753-7640 
Holland, Jerry W. — 9112-B Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 40121 

— 502/624-4756; 624-5052 

Holt. Larry K. — Rt. 1, Box 132A, Alvaton 42122 — 843- 

3587; 781-4585 
Hoover, Jeff H. — Rt. 1 , Box 37C, Jamestown 42629 — 502/ 

343-4560; 236-7386 
Hopper, Tony B. — 31 7 Stockton Dr., Owensboro 42301 — 

502/683-0669 
Horvitz, Myrle Lynn — 136 Lowry #24, Lexington 40503 — 

278-8142 
Hosklns, Charles H. Ill — 1208 Devonshire, Madisonvllle 

42431 — 502/825-0623; 821-8503 
Hucker, Benjamin — 202 Locust St., Erianger 41018 — 

342-7198; 283-1003 
Hudson, Burley R. — Rt. 5, Quicksand 41363 — 606/666- 

2715; 666-7521 
Hudson, Mark D. — 215 Southern Dr., Williamstown41097 

— 606/824-5587; 732-4240 



Hughes, Roy S. — Rt. 6, Box 1204, Hopkinsville 42240 — 

886-3563; 885-7414 
Hulme, David L. — 155 Churchill Park, Louisville 40220 — 

502/452-1639 
Hunter, Harold Joseph Jr. — 1492Catalpa, Radcliff 40160 

— 351-5671 

Ingraham, Gary J. — 2332 Brownsboro Rd., Louisville 

40206 — 897-3462; 897-2815 
Ison, Lilly Jr. — Box 104, Skyline 41851 —606/633-0385; 

633-5053 
Jachimczuk, Charles S. — 2305 Espy Lane, Flatwoods 

41139 — 606/836-4459; 836-7044 
Jackson, Arthur E. — Rt. 1, Box 13A, Whitesburg 41858 

— 606/633-2007; 633-2339 

Jamerson, Wilbur — Box 1, Bypro 41612 — 452-2585; 

452-2110 
Jenkins, Burney — Georgetown 40324 — 502/863-3612; 

863-3805 
Johnson, David L. — Lot 45, 1855S. Wilson, Radcliff 40160 

— 351-4182; 624-6442 

Johnson, Elwood — 5406 Regal Dr., Louisville 40218 — 
964-8629; 964-2217 

Johnson, Howard G. "Gil" — 417 Lucky Debonair, Hop- 
kinsville 42240 — 886-0550; 885-9585 

Johnson, James W. "Bill" — 1541 Chestnut Hill Dr., Apt. 6, 
Ashland 41101 — 324-6360; 324-7524 

Johnson, Roderick V. — 354 Ohio St., Lexington 40508 — 
255-0304; 278-8124 

Johnson, Scott — General Delivery, Pine Ridge 41360 — 
606/668-3418; 668-3555 

Jordan, Donald W. — 21 20 Manor Dr., Apt. 1 02, Lexington 
40502 — 266-1759 

Jurasin, James A. — 6803 Sunnyhill Rd., Louisville 40228 

— 502/239-7617 

Kearns, Kevin — Rt. 4, Box 73B, Cynthiana 41031 — 549- 

9110; 234-2297 
Keeling, Roger Blair — 5804 Holly Oak Court, Louisville 

40291 —502/239-7619 
Kelly, John — Halls Lane, Stanton 40380 — 606/663-4132; 

663-5780 
Kemplin, Frank — Rt. 4, Harrodsburg 40330 — 606/748- 

5515; 736-5106 
Kersey, William Andy — 1211 Maple Lane, Corbin 40701 — 

606/528-7122; 528-2500 
Kersey, Warren D. — 4507 Slone Dr., Jeff IN 47130 — 283- 

6948; 637-3223 
Kilgus, Paul N. — 104 Haggin Hall, UK, Lexington 40506 

— 606/257-1307 

King, Curtis R. — 2547 Apollo Ct., Owensboro 42301 — 

926-4973; 684-4533 
King, James A. — 5000 Clarmar, Jeffersontown 40299 — 

502/499-1015; 778-2791 
Kistner, Gary Wayne — Box 315, Richmond 40475 — 606/ 

623-4198; 623-2404 
Kleitz, Jerry D — 1 803 Beech St., Louisville 4021 — 775- 

8643 
Kluepfel, Joseph C. — 463 Whiltshire Dr. #24, Madison- 
vllle 42431 — 825-1046 
Klump, William Roger — 2074 Eastern Pkwy, Louisville 

40204 — 502/451-0236; 423-1660 
Koehler, Brian D. — Rt. 1, Box 428, Gray 40734 — 606/ 

546-6184 
Kouns, Robert — Box 451, South Portsmouth 41174 — 

932-4540; 473-9812 
Krautheim, Frank J. — Rt. 4, Box 11, Dawson Springs 

42408 — 502/797-5151; 821-2824 
Lancaster, Jerry W. — Rt. 2, Versailles 40383 — 606/873- 

7192; 873-7311 
Latham, Billy D. — Rt. 3, Box 255, Clinton 42031 — 502/ 

653-4190; 653-5521 



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League, Jack B. — 830 Boyd Ave., Danville 40422 — 236- 

6492; 236-3100 X-52 
Leigh, Steve — 1202 McKlnley St., Corbin 40701 — 528- 

7344; 528-2904 
Leising, Michael C. — Box 86D, Melbourne 41059 — 606/ 

781-5230; 781-3333 
Lemaster, Ronald K. — 915 Maryland Ct., Flatwoods41139 

— 606/836-8072; 836-1514 

Lewis, Joseph C. — 1245 Summit, Lexington 40502 — 266- 

7246 
Logsdon, Tim E. — 236 Water St., Horse Cave 42749 — 

786-2215 
Ludwig, Joseph L. — 3702 Canopus Ct., Louisville 40219 

— 969-4436 

Lykins, Virgil — Lee's Jr. College, Jackson 41339 — 662- 

4373; 666-7521 
Lynch, Thomas E. — 8507 Bost, Louisville 40219 — 502/ 

964-5227; 969-9318 
McCamish, Dan L. — Rt. 5, Milton Ave., Elizabethtovi^n 

42701 — 737-6973; 351-3167 
McClure, Jerry T. — 1857 Courtland Dr., Lexington 40505 

— 606/299-5465; 293-1812 

McConnaughhay, Clyde — Richwood Estates, Carroilton 

41008 — 502/732-5350; 732-4361 
McDaniel, Michael A. — 530 Hall St., Madisonville 42431 

— 821-7248; 821-1813 

McGoldrIck, Ricky W. — 313 Highland Ave., Versailles 

40383 — 873-4098; 502/227-9651 
McMillin, Larry L. — 3506 Rock Rose Lane, LaGrange 

40031 — 241-8998; 241-0920 
McNeill, Barney — Box 29. Bardwell 42023 — 502/628- 

3860; 628-3434 
McNeil, Larry David — 1208 Maple St., Flatvi(oods41 139 — 

606/836-8959; 325-4664 
McNeill, Thomas Blaine — Rt. 2, Boaz 42027 — 856-3420 
Marcum, Jasper — Rt. 1, Box 338, Sturgis 42459 — 502/ 

333-4537 
Markham, Stan P. — 1409Clagett, BowlingGreen42101 — 

502/781-2379; 842-1674 
Marietta, Ronald L. —428 Powhatan Trail, Frankfort 40601 

— 502/695-4526; 564-3925 

Marshall. Barry J. — 3808 Plantation, Lexington 40503 — 

223-1766; 223-1766 
Martin, Don W. — 22 Indian Hill Dr., Dry Ridge 41035 — 

606/428-1498; 824-4659 
Mason, Bernie — Rt. 2, Box25B, Sandy Hook41171 —606/ 

738-5371; 738-6640 
Mathews, Art — Box 23277, Lexington 40524 — 606/887- 

1912 
Matusiak, Marty — 304 Par Lane, Elizabethtown 42701 — 

737-4142; 737-6833 
Mauzy, Leslie Craig — 3842 Lewis Lane. Owensboro 42301 

— 683-6014; 683-4525 

Mays, Deron — Box 74, Booneville 41314 — 593-5642; 

593-5124 
Meacham, Greg — Rt. 4, Russellville 42276 — 726-3727; 

726-9824 
Meade, Charles E. Jr. — 900 Ky. Blvd., Hazard 41701 — 

606/439-1449; 436-2322 
Meek, Jeff — Rt. 3, Box 388M, Pikeville 41501 —625-5280 
Mefford, Randy — Rt. 4, Shannon Lane, Mt. Washington 

40047 — 538-7218; 543-7021 
Meier, Tonny — 248Glenwood Ave., Ludlow 41 01 6 — 606/ 

431-6348 
Meyers, John F. — Box 513, Maysville 41056 — Bus. 606/ 

759-7141 
Miles, Charles M. — 600 Hoover St., Ashland 41 101 — 606/ 

325-3261; 928-6421 
Mills, Bruce W. — 525 Manchester St., Barbourville 40906 

— 542-4798 



Mills, Thomas Alan — 521 Grabruck Ave., Danville 40422 

— 606/236-1018; 286-2200, X-207 

Milchner, Kent D. — 1009 S. Third, Apt. 201, Louisville 

40203 - 589-3913 
Montgomery, Billy G. — Rt. 8, Alex Hts., Harrodsburg 

40330 — 734-7661; 734-3341, X-207 
Moore, Jeff — Lee's Jr. College, Jackson 41339 — 606/ 

666-9297 
Moore, Phillip H. — Rt. 6, Box 403, Bowling Green 42101 

— 502/781-9340; 842-5302 

Morgan, Keith — 1081 New Circle Rd., Lot 101, Lexing- 
ton 40505 — 606/255-1681; 255-3698 

Morgan, Richard — 552 Taylor Dr., London 40741 — 864- 
9253; 864-5114 

Morris, Edward C. — 153 Raintree Rd., Florence 41042 — 
371-1496; 727-2333 

Morris, Jeffrey — 3807 Mamaroneck Rd., Louisville 40218 

— 452-9877 

Morrison, Donnie R. — Rt. 2, Box 284 C-7, Russell Springs 

42642 — 866-5014; 866-3341 
Morse, Richard K. — 163 N. Deepwood, Radcliff 40160 — 

502/351-3748; 624-4646 
Morse, Russell Edward — 163 N. Deepwood, Radcliff 

40160 — 502/351-3748; 351-3365 
Mosley, David — 501 West 16th St., London 40741 —864- 

4576; 878-7913 
Mosley, Gene — 715 Hill St., Williamsburg 40769 — 606/ 

549-1188; 549-1188 
Moss, Terry Leigh — 400 Aylesford PI., Apt. 1, Lexington 

40508 — 252-8143 
Moss, Walter W—Rt. 15, Box 16, Bowling Green 42101 — 

502/781-1050; 842-2441 
Mulberry, Larry G. — Box 70, Eddyville 40238 — 388-9953 
Mulligan, J. T. — 427 Center St., Erianger 41018 — 727- 

3628; 727-2255 
Mullins, Rafford G. — Rt. 2, Box 50, Flat Gap 41 21 9 — 606/ 

265-3568; 789-4890 
Myers, Fred — 3932 Phillips, Paducah 42001 — 442-8166 
Myers, Stephen E. — 2671 Delta Ct., Radcliff 40160 — 351- 

8835 
Napier, Randy P. — Rt. 4, Stanford 40484 — 365-2589; 

258-4420 
Nash, Richard Clark — 1625 Alexander Ave., Owensboro 

42301 — 684-0683 
Nelson, Barrett L. — Rt. 1, Box 200, Nebo 42441 — 249- 

3608 
Nelson, Eric W. — Rt. 1, Box 200, Nebo 42441 — 249-3608; 

821-5340 
Nix, Roger L. — 118 S. Dave, Madisonville 42431 — 502/ 

825-1322 
Norwood, Thomas R. — 811 Henry St., Franklin 42134 — 

586-3614; 586-8241 
O'Banion, Cornelius Jr. — 410 Arlington Ave., Frankfort 

40601 — 502/223-5265 
Oberhausen, Daniel E. — 1300 Lacona Lane, Louisville 

40213 
O'Cull, John D. — 2023 Country Acres, Louisville 40218 

— 502/499-0986; 588-5554 

Oestreicher, Edward — 173 Pedretti, Cincinnati OH 45238 

— 513/251-2359 

Olsen, Peter L. — 500 Hillcrest Manor Dr. A-6, Winchester 

40391 — 606/745-4113; 287-7157 
Olson, Francis L. — Rt. 3, Box 154, Olive Hill 41 164 — 738- 

6215; 738-5225 
Osborne, Robert G. — 107 Ross St., Richmond 40475 — 

606/623-9643; 622-3911 
Osborne, Robert Louis — Rt. 4, Elk Lake, Owenton 40359 

— 484-3033; 484-3417 

O'Shoney, Craig — Rt. 4, Elkton 42220 — 502/265-5419 



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Otis, Bentley L. — Rt, 3, Box 295, Stanton 40380 — 606/ 

663-2049; 233-8761 
O'Toole. Dennis — 3453 Ridgewood, Erianger 41018 — 

342-7693 
Padgett, Dave — 707 E. Depot, Marion 42064 — 965-2847; 

928-2141 
Page, Jersey Joe — Rt. 4, Tompl<insville 42167 — 502/ 

434-4775; 615/699-2283 
Parker, Dale — 415 Powell Lane, Flatwoods41139 — 606/ 

836-4802; 836-9311 
Parker, Ronald P. — 6600 Outer Loop, Apt. 56, Louisville 

40228 — 968-4283; 239-1133 
Parkey, Cecil Edward — Box 1649, Middlesboro 40965 — 

606/248-4139; 248-1000 
Patton, Jeffery Kevin — Rt. 1, Westview 40144 — 502/257- 

8161; 756-2149 
Peddicord, Mark A. — 265 Mills Rd., Covington 41015 — 

356-7424; 621-6814 
Pelphrey, Joe D. — St. Rt. 5, Abbott Rd., Prestonsburg 

41653 — 886-6265; 285-3212 
Pence, Charles R. — R.R. #2, Philpot 42366 — 281-4851 
Penick, Dave — 7 Coppage Circle, Union 41091 — 384- 

3586; 721-4934 
Penner, Merritt D. Jr. — Rt. 5, Box 155, Manchester 40962 

— 606/598-3711 

Perkins, Bill — 810 Walnut St., Williamsburg 40769 — 606/ 

549-9561; 549-4855 
Perkins, Greg — Box 142, Dover 41034 — 882-3261; 564- 

3856 
Perry, Eddie — Rt. 2, Bill's Tr. Ct., Central City 42330 
Perry, Jim — Box 166, Rt. 5, Shelbyville 40065 — 502/245- 

9546; 422-2101 X-5270 
Pickett, Kenneth H. — 328 Keen Hall WKU. Bowling Green 

42101 — 748-4096; 745-2984 
Pickrell, Jerry W. — 499 Whispering Hills, Lexington 40503 

— 272-7171; 272-1611 

Pierce, Frank D. Jr. — 1187-A Drennan Park, Ft. Campbell 

42223 — 615/431-5231; 502/798-6295 X-4787 
Pinson, David "Bo" — Box 156, Phelps 41 553 — 456-7039; 

456-7716 
Polivick, David T. — Box 187, Bardwell 42023 — 628-3924 
Ponchot, Joseph C. — 3387 Appletree Lane, Erianger 

41018 — 342-6932 
Poole, Glenn — 317 Ridgewood, Versailles 40383 — 873- 

5124; 272-8626 
Poole, Michael G. — 317 Ridgewood Dr., Versailles 40383 

— 606/873-5124 

Potter, Lonnie Edward — 227 Liverpool Road, Lexington 
40504 — 255-6764; 252-9313 

Powell, Carl Edward — College Rd., Cumberland 40823 — 
606/589-2359; 589-2766 

Prather, Clinton R. "Turk" — 1807 Circleview Dr., La- 
Grange 40031 — 222-1984 

Pritchard, Herbert L. — MEDDAC, Ft. Knox 40121 —624- 
1614; 624-9462 

Puckett, Robert O. — 813 Otter Creek Rd., Vine Grove 
40175 — 877-5362; 624-8432 

Purkins, Walter R. — 9819 Somerford Rd., Louisville 40222 

— 425-6374; 426-6020 

Rahn, Gordon W. — Box 559, Princeton 42445 — 502/ 

388-2932; 365-5526 
Rail, Edward W. — 510 Perkins Ave., Danville 40422 — 

606/236-8929; 236-5464 
Read, Ray V. — Rt. 4, Beaver Dam 42320 — 274-7573; 526- 

3753 
Redman, Chester D. — 218 N. Broadway #9, Lexington 

40508 — 252-0946; 253-4207 
Reif, Harry F. — Rt. 1, Box 242, Campbellsville 42718 — 

502/465-7343; 465-8389 



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Cont. from page 1 

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An informational brochure listing all the details of 
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